Holloway Aged Care Services is located in a quiet cul-de-sac just off Milleara Road in East Keilor.
"Holloway - Open Since 1994"
Holloway opened for business in 1994 with 40 hostel beds (Low Care). Holloway was so named after Mrs Sarah Holloway. Sarah was born at Harrietville in the North East of Victoria in 1895 and died in 1987 at the age of 92. During her long life, Mrs Holloway was very active in the Social Services Department of Churches of Christ. For many years she was a regular visitor to a number of aged care facilities.
Holloway continued to expand and in 2005 a 30 bed high care unit was added along with a new 10 bed low care house. Total of beds increased to 70 along with a more skilled work force this included Registered Nurses and Enrolled Nurses.
With this expansion, the result was a change in services therefore a name change was required to reflect the different care needs thus Holloway became Holloway Aged Care Services. The proprietor of Holloway is Keilor Hostel for the Aged Association Inc., a progressive community based ‘Not-for-Profit’.
Holloway offers a safe and comfortable environment that fosters independence, respect and choice.