Home is a feeling
St Lukes was the first Hall & Prior home and as such, is a very special place. The heritage-listed home is like no other, a warm and quiet haven where you feel a million miles away from the bustling suburb of Subiaco. The home was built in 1926 by builder Frederick Sedgley as a family home before becoming a nursing home in 1958. It still has the original tiles on the veranda, adding to the gorgeous vintage vibes around the home as a whole. The home is surrounded by gardens and areas where families and friends can sit privately. It’s a beautiful place to relax and be well-cared for. Converted from a residential house, our high ceilings, exposed wooden beams and chandeliers will make you feel like you are back in your own home.
At St Lukes, we offer regular activity programs designed with our residents by allied health staff including physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Some activities promote movement and exercise while others provide entertainment and opportunities to socialise, and include bus trips, concerts, barbeques, cooking, gardening, exercise programs and cultural activities, as well as group and individual therapy.
In recognition of our very high standards of care and services, St Lukes has been fully accredited by the Australian Government, meeting all eight of the expected outcomes.
We feel privileged to be entrusted with providing whole-of-person health and care for older people living with a wide range of complex health issues. We strive daily to provide care that enables our residents to live their life to the maximum extent feasible, to exercise choice and decision-making, and to maximise quality of life and wellbeing.
Nursing home features
Types of care
Additional details: Dementia support available; beds available for pensioners