• Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
Doomben Avenue

Doomben Avenue

43 Doomben Avenue Eastwood

The “Doomben Avenue Village” is for elderly persons who need accommodation, yet are unable to afford commercial rentals. It is a solid brick and tiled structure, with very roomy two bedroom units.

Its chief advantage is the relative close proximity to Eastwood Shopping Centre. Here there are all the usual amenities of a major suburb. Supermarkets, Post Office, libraries, churches, convenience stores, clothing shops, and the big wholesale retail outlets.

You can buy whatever you need, at very reasonable prices.  There are many fruit shops including a variety of Asian stores and eating houses.  Ryde Public Hospital is nearby, as is the Sydney Sanitarium at Wahroonga, a high quality private facility. Both have emergency wards.

HOW TO APPLY

Application for entry is made by contacting our property manager, David Knight, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , phone 02 9868 7544 postal address PO Box 120 North Ryde, 2113.  In the first instance a phone call or letter setting out the position of the applicant is needed, and the matter is taken from there.  Here some residents have their own flower garden, and enjoy this hobby.

NO ENTRY FEE 

There is no entry fee, the resident pays a weekly rental (much less than surrounding commercial rents), but must be able to care for themselves. The government “Rental Assistance” is available to most residents (via Centrelink). This reimburses  a large slice of the rent directly back to the resident.  A variety of federal agencies can offer other support if needed.

OTHER PROJECTS

43 Doomben Avenue is one in a series of similar projects operated by Medi Aid Centre Foundation for the elderly in both Sydney and the Gold Coast of Queensland. It is privately funded, and does not receive any direct government monies.

 



HOME COOKED MEALS ARE BEST

Specially when done by a proper chef and you are not in the kitchen. Thats why many seniors move to Vimiera Retirement Village in the Sydney suburb of Eastwood. Also, your linen maybe provided and laundered, domestic chores carried out, lawns, gardening and outside maintenance ate attended to. 24/7 on site management and security are all part of the scene.

Easy On Your Finances

Operated by Mediaid Centre Foundation , a non-profit PBI and Charity, Medi Aid provides housing across all socio-economic levels. Medi Aids Vimiera Retirement Village is resident funded (similar to church and community organisations, although much easier on your pocket.)

Located on public bus transport, near Macquarie Centre (and the new Epping and Chatswood railway link). It is near churches, banks, RTA, doctors and medical centres and pharmacies. It has its own lovely park, Dr Dr James Wright. says.

Also, visit our other web sites. These are:
Docwright.com.au
Vimieravillage.com,au
Mediaid.org.au