ARARAT - East Grampians Health Service's Garden View Court will continue to operate in its current form.
East Grampians Health Service Chief Executive, Nick Bush said the EGHS Board had reviewed the residential aged care services offered by Garden View Court and that the facility would continue to operate unchanged.
Garden View Court came under review in June due to dwindling bed occupancy rates.
At the time, The Ararat Advertiser reported demand for accommodation had reduced across the health service's aged care facilities, including low care facilities such as Garden View Court and Willaura Health Care and high care facilities such as 70 Lowe Street.
Mr Bush said occupancy had increased at Garden View Court since June.
He said EGHS needed to continually review its services and thanked residents, families and staff members for their patience and support during the review.