At Hills Nursing, part of the myHomecare group, our goal is simple – we want our clients to remain healthy, independent and at home for as long as possible. We are a pioneering provider of Home Care and disability services with over 65 years of experience providing quality services for older Australians throughout Sydney.
We cover regions throughout Northern and North-West, Western and South West Sydney – and consider services in other Sydney regions.
With over 65 years of experience providing quality home care and disability services to our clients in Sydney, our mission is to provide a comprehensive range of holistic, high quality nursing and home care services in our communities to assist them to live happily independent at home.
Hills Nursing was established in 1955 by Mrs Bea Goulder, a Registered Nurse. The business began in Mrs Goulder's home using a front room as the office and originally traded as Castle Hill Visiting Nursing Services. Today we still hire locally and our staff often live in the surrounding areas that they work in.
We have a strong local Registered Nursing workforce that support our clients and care staff everyday. We are equipped to deal with complex care needs and bring a team of experienced and professional nurses to manage all of your care needs.
Hills Nursing is known for its high-quality care. We pride ourselves on our commitment to excellent client care and clinical support. Our promise is underpinned by our QualityCare Framework that ensures that our team receive regular and ongoing training.
For the last 65 years we have been dedicated to delivering in home care and disability support services. We have built our organisation around trusted client relationships and our family based culture.
Hills Nursing is approved by the Australian Government to provide in home care services through the Department of Health, Department of Veteran Affairs and NDIS.
As a measure of our commitment to providing quality care to our clients and support staff, myHomecare by Hills Nursing is certified as complying with both ISO9001:2015 and the Attendant Care Industry Management System Standard, ACIS 2013.
Help with hygiene, accessibility, personal grooming and showering.
Assessments, rehabilitation, wound care and dementia care.
Physiotherapy, exercise, social, speech therapy and OT support.
Cleaning, dishwashing, laundry, sweeping and unescorted shopping.
Mowing lawns, gardening, basic home repairs and home support.
Giving your carer a well-earned break, including overnight care.
Support with shopping, errands, outings and appointments.