Infinite Care adds three homes to its portfolio

Infinite Care has acquired three residential aged care homes from Christadelphian Homes.

Infinite Care has acquired three residential aged care homes from Christadelphian Homes.

The acquisition increases Infinite Care’s aged care portfolio to 14 facilities, catering for 1,300 residents in total. It also expands the South Australian and Queensland provider’s footprint into New South Wales.

Located in the south-west Sydney suburb of Padstow and the Central Coast region of the state, the facilities provide employment to more than 350 staff.

Chris Stride

In a statement, Infinite Care managing director and founder Chris Stride said: “With a long history and experience providing residential aged care we have learnt that providing our employees with a supportive, positive and collaborative environment translates to a high quality of care for our residents.”

Operating as Infinite Care since 2014, the provider entered the aged care sector in 1988 when it acquired five facilities from the Bonney Healthcare Group in South Australia.

Infinite Care then moved into Queensland where it acquired six more homes – three in the south-east of the state and three in the far north in Cairns.

This latest acquisition sees Infinite Care continue to expand into new markets across Australia with an aim in becoming “a predominant player and provider of choice and innovation in the aged care sector,” reads the statement.

Main image: Infinite Care’s Casa Mia facility in Padstow, NSW

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