Western Australian aged care provider Continuing Health Care has signed agreements to acquire St Louis Estate in Claremont.Continuing Health Care will take over management of the existing and new St Louis Estate facilities after the completion of the new development on the Dean Street frontage of the Estate in July, 2006.Continuing Health Care founder and proprietor Rhonda Peploe said that acquisition of St Louis Estate was a perfect fit for the company's existing family of facilities.Mrs Peploe said that the high quality services and management of Continuing Health Care was compatible with St Louis Estate, regarded as one of the western suburbs' premier retirement estates."We are liaising closely with St Louis Estate residents and existing management to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer of ownership. We are committed to ensuring that residents are not disrupted by the hand-over and I am looking forward to meeting the community members."John Tucker, representing Landrow Limited, the current owners of the Estate, said the company was delighted with Continuing Health Care's acquisition of the Estate. He said that the owners had committed to selling to a local organisation with compatible standards of excellence and vision for the future of St Louis Estate."We have been working collaboratively with Ms Peploe and her team to ensure a smooth transition for St Louis Estate residents," he said. "We have at all times been most impressed with Continuing Health Care's professionalism, integrity, and most importantly, their commitment to excellence in the provision of care to their residents. We have every confidence that Continuing Health Care will be able to not only sustain, but improve, the amenity of the Estate for current and future residents."
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