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Aged Care into the Future (Breakfast Meeting)

Aged Care into the Future (Breakfast Meeting)

This Extra ACHSM Breakfast Forum will be held at Jeta Gardens, Bethania in association with Logan City Council

Logan retirement and aged care resort, Jeta Gardens will become the first intergenerational facility of its kind in the country. The Master Plan development includes additional retirement villas and apartments, serviced aged care facilities, a clubhouse, pharmacy and childcare facilities. A private hospital and international training college specialising in geriatrics, including student accommodation, will also be developed, in partnership with one of Queensland's renowned universities.
Having a training college and hospital on the same site is ideal for students who can study as registered nurses, allied health professionals and carers and get their practical experience in the hospital and aged care facility, all at one site. The college is likely to be highly sought after by international students who will have the ability to live, study and get hands-on work experience, all in one location.
The world-class Jeta Gardens development would complement plans to develop neighbouring Meadowbrook into a medical and educational hub.

Presenters:
* Cr Luke Smith, Logan City Council
* Mr Choe Lam Tan, Jeta Group
* Dr John Kastrissios
* Prof Liz Reymond

When: 
Wednesday, 15 October, 2014  7:00 AM  - 8:30 AM
Where: Jeta Gardens,  Clarendon Ave, Bethania, Queensland 4205
Fees: ACHSM Member $35.00  Non Member $45.00

NB: Limited Places Available
For more Information View Forum Summary
Registration Deadline: Friday, 10 October, 2014

Enquiries: Mike Knowles 07 3229 3170
mike.knowles@achsm.org.au OR Deb O'Brien 07 3229 317 debra.obrien@achsm.org.au





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