Ramsay Village – Rotary Wing

Map of facility showing a close up of Rotary wing

Category: Single Room with Private Ensuite

Maximum Refundable Accommodation Deposit: $290,000

Explanation of payment options

Residents can choose to pay for their accommodation by a refundable deposit, a daily payment, or a combination of both.

A refundable deposit is paid as a lump sum amount. A daily payment accrues daily and is paid periodically, for example monthly. A combination payment includes both a partial lump sum and daily payments.

For example, a refundable deposit of $290,000 would have an equivalent daily payment of:

Refundable deposit × MPIR = $290,000 × 5.70% = $45.29 per day
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An example of a combination payment for a $290,000 price may be a refundable deposit of $190,000 and a daily payment of the remaining $100,000 of:

Refundable deposit × MPIR = $100,000 × 5.70% = $15.62 per day
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The MPIR (Maximum Permissible Interest Rate) is calculated quarterly. All aged care providers are notified of the MPIR prior to the commencement of each quarter. The MPIR is also published on the Department of Health website.

Description of quality, condition and amenity of room

All rooms within this wing were either fully renovated or were newly built in 2008 building work. 

Rooms feature wide doorways, carpet, an individually controlled reverse cycle air conditioner, lockable wardrobe with hanging space and shelving, chest of drawers which includes a lockable drawer, and full length windows to optimise natural lighting and views. The spacious ensuite has a hand basin and mirror, toilet, shower, grab rails in place for support and a night light provides additional safety.

Room sizes are a minimum of 14.88m².

Example of a standard bedroom in Lions and Rotary Wings of Ramsay Village
Single bedroom
Photo of a standard ensuite bathroom in Rotary or Lions Wings at Ramsay Village
Ensuite bathroom

Description of quality, condition, size and amenity of common areas to which a person living in this room would have access

Rotary dining room including 3-4 seat tables and a small kitchenette
Rotary Dining Room
Rotary lounge room with large floor-to-ceiling windows and many comfortable, easy to rise from arm chairs
Rotary Lounge Room

Residents of Rotary wing are encouraged to utilise the Rotary dining room for meals. A pleasant lounge area is available which opens out onto an internal courtyard. All residents are encouraged to participate in activities in the facility's large main hall (144m²). This area includes a large screen television with DVD player, a pool table, exercise equipment, a corner library, reading machine for those with visual impairment, computers with internet access and Skype facilities. A drink machine and water cooler are also located in this main hall area as well as a piano for sing-alongs.

Sunny outdoor area adjacent Rotary wing, mostly paved with a small bird bath and garden, and outdoor furniture
Rotary Courtyard

A lovely outdoor entertainment area, complete with an outdoor kitchen is located through the doors from the main hall for residents to enjoy quality time and celebrate special milestones with their families.

Many residents make use of the outdoor seating available close to the main entrance as well as the sunny ambience of the front foyer area. Seating is also available inside the main entrance.

Art work adorns the walls throughout the facility with quality furnishings and fittings in all areas.

A nurse call system is in place in all bedrooms and dining rooms as well as the main hall area.

Description of any additional care or services offered at no additional cost

Residents are encouraged to participate in exercise classes suitable for all levels of mobility which are held each week in the main hall. 

A private room is available for Doctor's consultations. 

Bus outings are held on a weekly basis.

Description of optional additional (i.e not included in the accommodation price for the room) costs associated with the room and a description of the services offered for those costs

All bedrooms are pre-wired for telephone connection if desired.  This is to be arranged by the resident/family.

Pay TV may also be arranged at the resident's expense.

A hairdresser is available on site three days per week for resident's convenience. 

Residents may choose to purchase small items such as snacks, greeting cards and personal items from the Home's  shop which is open on Friday mornings.

Delivery of daily newspapers and various magazines can be arranged.

Visitor's meals can be arranged by placing a booking with the Admin Officer.


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