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07.12.2021

Why invest in Healthcare? Read the eBook

This eBook provides an overview of the Australian healthcare property sector. Read why healthcare property is a pillar of Centuria’s real estate platform.

30.11.2021

Healthcare Infrastructure Explained

Centuria Healthcare Managing Director, Andrew Hemming, joined CBRE’s Marcello Caspani-Muto to discuss the metrics behind viable healthcare real estate investment. This short, 15-minute podcast covers key topics.

29.11.2021

New $17m Murdoch Hospital Oncology Facility Steps Closer to Opening

Construction of the new $17 million oncology facility at St John of God Murdoch Hospital has received practical completion and the keys to the new cancer treatment centre have been handed over to leading integrated oncology provider GenesisCare, in preparation for its opening in December 2021.

21.10.2021

Centuria Healthcare’s new oncology facility receives WA’s first MR-Linac

Centuria Healthcare has celebrated a milestone in the development of its new oncology facility in Murdoch, Perth, with the delivery of Western Australia’s first MR-Linac.

16.03.2021

Centuria Healthcare to Build a $64m Hospital for doctor-led JV with Medibank

Centuria Healthcare has entered into a partnership with a specialist doctor-led JV entity to deliver a new, $64m short-stay private hospital in Kew, Melbourne.

10.03.2021

Centuria Secures trio of Healthcare Assets for $57.3m

The transactions include the modern, three-level $23 million Coffs Harbour Specialist Centre (NSW), the $21.6 million Cairns Day Surgery (QLD) and the $12.7 million Murrumba Village Medical Centre (QLD).

16.02.2021

Portfolio Initiatives

Centuria Healthcare continues to look at the roll out of solar panel installations at a number of properties in the portfolio, and we will be looking to expand this throughout 2021. Other environmental initiatives are being implemented including water harvesting through the installation of tanks to deliver water savings for irrigation of gardens. A further review of energy and water consumption is also being undertaken,

23.07.2020

Announcing Centuria Healthcare

Centuria Healthcare has launched as the new brand for all healthcare real estate owned by the previously known Centuria Heathley brand. In 2019, Centuria Capital secured a 63% interest in Heathley Limited, joining the companies together.

13.07.2020

Centuria Healthcare opens first Dementia Care Residence

Centuria’s healthcare and development teams delivered a dementia care residence in Wahroonga, run by the trusted Group Homes Australia. This innovative five-bedroom, sprawling house redefines the concept of aged living.

13.12.2019

Why invest in the Healthcare Property Sector?

In May 2019, Centuria announced the acquisition of a 63.06% economic interest in Heathley Limited and its property funds management platform, Heathley Asset Management Limited.  Heathley Limited was subsequently renamed to Centuria Healthcare. The transaction introduces a new asset class to Centuria’s expanding real estate platform and fully aligns it to the healthcare property sector though a preferred and specialised property funds manager.

23.05.2019

Centuria announce the formation of Centuria Heathley Limited

A Specialist Healthcare Funds Management Vehicle Centuria has entered the strongly performing healthcare real estate sector with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Centuria Platform Investments Pty Ltd, acquiring a 63.06% economic interest in Heathley Limited’s (Heathley) property funds management platform for $24.4 million. The transaction has been funded from Centuria Capital Group’s balance sheet.  On completion of the transaction,

01.06.2018

Clean energy partnership expands Centuria Healthcare’s corporate social responsibility platform

Centuria Healthcare has partnered with renewable energy operator Solar Bay to deploy solar energy across its healthcare property portfolio.

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