Home Care Holdings

Diversified, multidisciplinary community care provider to offer unique value through innovative models of support and care for clients.

THE BRIEF

Quadrant identified the opportunity to develop a diversified, multidisciplinary community care provider to offer unique value through innovative models of support and care for clients in the deregulated sectors of Home Care, Injury Rehabilitation & Wellness, community based Clinical Care (Nursing & Allied Health) and Disability.

OUR APPROACH

In July 2016, Quadrant announced a Joint venture with RACWA to form Home Care Holdings.

In its initial stage Home Care Holdings incorporated a Home Care business (St Ives Home Care) and an Allied Health business (Injury Treatment Pty Ltd).

St Ives Home Care provides services to a growing number of clients who chose to stay in their own homes as they age providing piece of mind, not only for the clients but also their families. Over 500 dedicated staff around Australia provide a range of services from personal support through to assistance with health care and medications.

Injury Treatment Pty Ltd (ITPL) is a leading national supplier of workplace rehabilitation and ancillary clinical and prevention services in Australia. Employing over 200 staff throughout Australia Injury Treatment delivers outcome focused customised allied health and consulting services.

Since its inception in July 2016 the business has grown 5 fold through targeted acquisitions expanding its geographic footprint and service portfolio, gaining critical mass to leverage the deregulation across the various sectors. One notable investment has been the purchase of a 40% stake in Healthcare of New Zealand Holdings, the largest homecare and disability services provider in New Zealand with over NZ $300m of revenue.

Diversified, multidisciplinary community care provider to offer unique value through innovative models of support and care for clients in the deregulated sectors of Home Care, Injury Rehabilitation & Wellness, community based Clinical Care (Nursing & Allied Health) and Disability."