Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) information for patients and visitors
What to do if you have an upcoming admission or want to visit a loved one in hospital.Find out more
Giving birth and staying in hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a new level of anxiety and concern for pregnant women about what this means for their health and wellbeing and that of their baby. Our midwife Zoe Islip explains what women can expect at hospital.Find out more
Hawkesbury District Health Service
We provide public and private hospital services and community and allied health services on one site at Windsor.Contact us
Restricted visiting hours: 9.00am to 3.00pm
(02) 4560 5555
Welcome to Hawkesbury District Health Service
Hawkesbury District Health Service is a teaching hospital in Windsor NSW, providing acute, community and allied health services for the local community and surrounding districts.
We provide 24-hour emergency, medical, surgical, diagnostic, maternity, neonatal, paediatric, palliative, intensive and coronary care services, and after hour GP services.
Our 131-bed healthcare facility is operated by St John of God Health Care, and provides public patient services under a public-private partnership with the Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District.
We provide a wide range of services, caring for inpatients, outpatients and day patients across a range of specialties including maternity, medical and surgical.
We offer adult and paediatric emergency services to public patients free of charge with care provided by experienced nurses, doctors and specialists using the latest technology. In an emergency, dial 000
We offer you and your family exceptional maternity care – from pregnancy to birth and into the early parenting of your precious new baby. Our caregivers support you and your obstetrician to meet your personal birthing and care needs.
The latest from Hawkesbury District Health Service
Stay up to date with the latest news, events and breakthroughs from Hawkesbury District Health Service
GP education webinar: Common benign perianal conditions in general practice
CPD points: 2