HEYWOOD Rural Health chief executive Leigh Parker and health care worker Sarah Reeves in the Surry Hall kitchen which will receive a $90,000 upgrade to turn it into what was intended when it was first built. Picture: MICHAEL PETERS 200923mp04
By Chalpat Sonti
September 24, 2020 | 4:52 PM
HEYWOOD Rural Health’s aged care facility is set for a big makeover after receiving $640,000 in state government funding.
About $550,000 will go towards refurbishing the hostel and nursing home and $90,000 to redeveloping the Surry Hall kitchenette.