A New Standard in Sale

A social gathering in a well-lit room with people engaging in conversation and mingling.
‘FOR ROYAL FREEMASONS TO BRING A FACILITY OF THIS NATURE, TO SALE, IS FANTASTIC FOR THE GROWTH OF OUR TOWN’ IAN BYE , DEPUTY MAYOR OF WELLINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL

ROYAL FREEMASONS SALE WAS OFFICIALLY OPENED ON SUNDAY 20TH AUGUST BY COUNCILLOR IAN BYE. THE FESTIVE OPEN DAY EVENT WAS ATTENDED BY WELLINGTON SHIRE COUNCILLORS, AND THE MAYOR OF LATROBE CITY, LOCAL GUESTS AND OTHER DIGNITARIES AS WELL AS HUNDREDS OF INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES FROM THE LOCAL SALE COMMUNITY WHO WERE KEEN TO SEE THIS OUTSTANDING LATEST OFFERING IN AGED CARE.

The official opening provided the opportunity for local health networks and the community to tour the facility and learn how it will support customers and their families. Chief Executive of Royal Freemasons, Felix Pintado, highlighted that the new facility provides enormous employment opportunities.

Royal Freemasons Sale will employ approximately 165 people in full-time and permanent part time roles. There will also be a number employed on a casual basis to cover personal leave provisions. We anticipate a total of 190 staff will be required to deliver care and service to customers, most of whom will be local to Sale and the surrounding district.

Royal Freemasons Sale provides private rooms for 144 customers that cater for couples and single people, and those needing specialised care from the Memory Support team. There are various room types on offer, all providing private en-suites.

Royal Freemasons Sale has a 10-seater bus on site with wheelchair access to assist customers to travel between key places of interest in the local and surrounding areas, which we consider to be an integral part of our Lifestyle Program.

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