Masonic Care Tasmania (MCT) delivers high-quality, customised residential aged care services to meet the current and future needs of older Tasmanians, their carers and families. We are a current not-for-profit organisation that has been providing residential aged care services, community in-home care support services and retirement villages across Tasmania for more than 60 years. MCT believes the creation of a healthy, engaged and supportive workplace is key to the success of our organisation. Our research and innovation aims to position Masonic Care Tasmania as a state-wide leader and provider of health care services in Tasmania.
Masonic Care Tasmania (MCT) was created through an amalgamation of Launceston’s Fred French Masonic Nursing Home Inc. and Masonic Peace Memorial Haven of Northern Tasmania Inc. (together previously known as Masonic Homes of Northern Tasmania) and Hobart’s Freemasons’ Homes of Southern Tasmania Inc. Over the last 60 years, our three homes have become renowned and recognised providers of aged care in Tasmania.
Masonic Care Tasmania is governed by our Board of Directors. Pictured left to right > Mr Michael Farley, Ms Jill Morgan, Mr Paul Chatterton (Deputy Chair), Mr Klaus Zimmermann AM (Chairman), Mr John Kirwan, Mr Bill Morgan, Dr Jane Fuller, Mr Paul Hodges (absent) and Mr Greg Parkinson (absent).
It’s been a big 12 months for Masonic Care Tasmania and we want to share some of the highlights with you. Click below to read about what’s been happening at MCT in the 2017-18 financial year.