Uniting aged care has acquired Bupa's facility in Berry.
Bupa sites in Eden, Griffith and Tumut in Southern NSW have also been acquired.
Uniting Ageing Executive Director Saviour Buhagiar said the Berry centre was in an area where Uniting has already forged strong ties with the community.
Uniting Chief Executive Tracey Burton said the acquisition was part of a 10-year strategy with a focus on rural and regional areas.
"The acquisition aligns with Uniting's vision of increasing our role as a service provider to regional communities to meet the needs of older people by providing them with the comprehensive quality of care we are known for," he said.
"We are passionate advocates for our "household" model of care which offers choice, control and independence to all older people, especially to those most vulnerable."
Uniting said they were working closely with Bupa to ensure a smooth transition for staff, residents and their loved ones at the four services.
"Uniting recognises the important contribution that Bupa has made to these communities over the years and we look forward to providing continued quality and compassionate support to those entrusted in our care," said Mr Buhagiar.
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