St John of God Geelong Hospital
St John of God Geelong Hospital is a division of St John of God Health Care, a leading Catholic not-for-profit health care group. Providing health care on-site since 1905, our Mission is to continue the tradition of caring for the Greater Geelong region.
Geelong’s number one private hospital
St John of God Hospital Geelong offers excellence in care putting you and your family first in a warm and welcoming modern facility.
We care for our community through our dedicated team of medical specialists and experienced caregivers and our services include:
- 284 in-patient beds including:
- 12 ICU beds
- 16 cardiac care beds
- 25 bed Maternity ward
- 8 Special care nursery cots
- 24 bed Rehabilitation ward
- Emergency Department
- 13 Operating theatres including Day Surgery
- 4 birthing suites
- 2 Catheter laboratories
- Rehabilitation Centre including gym, art therapy and hydrotherapy pool
- Robotic Surgery
- Education & Simulation Centre
- Private and Sessional consulting suites
- Medical imaging and pathology
- Underground onsite parking
- Onsite Café and Gift Shop
- Free WiFi
The benefits of choosing St John of God Geelong Hospital
We pride ourselves on our reputation for excellence in patient-centred care provided by our highly skilled and experienced multidisciplinary team of clinical caregivers and medical practitioners.
Our commitment to excellence in health care was acknowledged when we were announced as the winner of the Best Large Business at the 2016 & 2017 Geelong Business Excellence Awards and as the winner of the Press Ganey Australia’s 2016 Success Story award for improvements to quality initiatives and the delivery of health care.
Excellence in Patient Care
We strive to deliver a level of patient-centred care based on ensuring the best possible outcomes for our patients by:
- being there to support them through their journey,
- providing a safe, nurturing and respectful environment,
- recognising a patient’s strength and capacity
- working with patients to develop treatment plans and supporting them in their own recovery and wellbeing
- assisting families to understand the challenges and opportunities arising from their family member’s experiences
When you choose St John of God Geelong Hospital for your maternity care you can be assured that you have chosen an experience and level of care that’s focused on you, your baby and your family.
We provide a complete range of cardiac medicine including interventional cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, coronary care and cardiac rehabilitation.
We have the latest cardiac equipment on-site to help treat and overcome heart-related conditions and undertake procedures such as angiographies and pacemakers. We provide the necessary support to ensure to good outcomes through education to help you make better decisions about your own behaviour such as diet or smoking to reduce the risk of future heart problems.
Day Surgery Services
Opposite our hospital on Myers Street, the St John of God Specialist Centre, voted number 1 for day patient satisfaction 2015 & 2016, offers the latest technology for day surgery services across a range of specialties, including ophthalmology, plastic surgery, endoscopy and dental surgery.
The St John of God Geelong Hospital Bariatric Centre is designed to support you on your weight loss journey provided by our multi-disciplinary team of experts. Our expert surgical team use the latest minimally invasive techniques in weight loss surgery to help you recover faster and with less pain compared to open surgery. Our Allied Health team then assist you to follow healthy eating habits and exercise regularly to achieve optimal results.
We offer a comprehensive orthopaedic service ensuring all of your orthopaedic care needs from evaluation to rehabilitation. Our multidisciplinary team includes Geelong’s leading orthopaedic surgeons and our efficient and up-to-date theatres and access to forward thinking developments in orthopaedic research and development and well-equipped rehabilitation centre supports the best possible outcomes for your recovery.
Urologists treat organs including the kidneys, adrenal glands, prostate, bladder and urethra. Our urologists, oncologists, radiologists, registered nurses and allied health professionals work together to put your needs front and centre providing holistic care and comprehensive urology services.
Many urological procedures can be performed as day surgery however, you may also need to stay overnight or for several days after surgery.
We recognise the importance of making sure your health care is planned around your individual health needs. Our allied health teams play an important role in delivering this through our rehabilitation services to help you return to health and independence as soon as possible.