Provision of aged care in regional areas
The Mudgee Hearing inquired into arrangements for and issues associated with the provision of aged care services in regional and remote areas, including Multi-Purpose Services. The Hearing had a particular focus on aged care services in the Mudgee region.
Date: 4 – 6 November 2019
Location: Windamere Room, Parklands Resort and Conference Centre, 121 Ulan Road, Mudgee NSW 2850
Time: 10:00 am local time
The hearing commenced at 10am (AEST) on Monday, 4 November 2019. It can be viewed through the Royal Commission's YouTube channel.
At this public hearing, the Royal Commission inquired into the provision of aged care in regional and remote areas, with a focus on:
- the perspective and experience of people who access or are involved in aged care in regional and remote areas
- challenges associated with delivering aged care in regional and remote areas
- models for and approaches to delivering aged care in regional and remote areas, including Multi-Purpose Services.
The Royal Commission has approached the bodies and individuals from whom it seeks evidence for this public hearing.
- The Mudgee Hearing closed on Wednesday 6 November 2019.
- Applications for leave to appear at the public hearing closed 5pm (ACST) on Thursday 17 October 2019.
- Copies of exhibit documents relating to this hearing are available on this page.
- Transcripts and a Witness list are available for all days of the hearing.
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