13 December 2016   

2 min read
Standing by its commitment to the Craigieburn Highlands community, Stockland held a ground breaking ceremony at the site of its new, state of the art medical centre.

Local MP for McEwen, Rob Mitchell, Yuroke MP, Ros Spence and General Manager of Retirement Living Operations, Igor Merkin took part in the official sod turning.

Stockland are developing this health hub and will partner with leading healthcare provider Primary Health Care, to operate and manage the facility.

Due to be completed in 2017, the $6 million facility will service over 12,000 local Highland residents including residents of the nearby Highlands Retirement Village. The centre will include GPs, physiotherapy, podiatry, pathology and radiology services, as well as an on-site pharmacy.

With final stages now released, the new medical amenities right on the doorstep of the village only adds to the attraction of Highlands Retirement Village for new residents.

You can keep track of the construction progress by clicking here.

For more information on Highlands Retirement Village, call  1800 72 71 70.