• Visiting hours: 10.00am to 8.00pm
  • (08) 9722 1600

Visiting hours
10.00am to 8.00pm

Corner Robertson Drive and Bussell Highway,
Bunbury wa 6230

(08) 9722 1600
info.bunbury@sjog.org.au

Welcome to St John of God Bunbury Hospital

St John of God Bunbury Hospital, located in the south west of Western Australia, is regarded as one of the finest private hospitals outside the metropolitan area.

With 145 beds and more than 330 highly qualified medical practitioners, our health care facility caters for a variety of medical and surgical admissions and palliative care, plus allied health and community-based services.

Getting here

Our services

We offer a wide range of services, caring for inpatients, outpatients and day patients across a range of specialties including maternity, medical, surgical, rehabilitation and allied health.

Cancer care

We put your physical and emotional needs at the centre of our approach to cancer care. We explain your diagnosis and treatment options, and provide comprehensive care to help you feel supported.

Renal dialysis

Our renal dialysis helps your kidneys continue functioning when they have stopped working properly. Our caregivers work with you to ensure your treatment allows you to live a full and active life.

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Work with us

When you join St John of God Health Care, you join one of Australia’s leading healthcare providers with more than 13,500 employees nationwide. We offer employment in hospitals, home nursing, disability and social outreach services.

The latest from St John of God Bunbury Hospital

Stay up to date with the latest news, events and breakthroughs from St John of God Bunbury Hospital

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The important role nurses play in providing leading care to patients is the focus of St John of God Health Care’s (SJGHC) International Nurses Day celebrations. SJGHC Group Director of Nursing, Cynthia Dowell said nurses not only provide front line care to patients, their families and carers but also have important roles in improving practice through research. “We celebrate each and every one of our nurses on International Nurses Day, and it is great that we have some remarkable role models working in our hospitals leading the care we provide,” Cynthia said. Pictured are St John of God Bunbury Hospital caregivers enjoying afternoon tea in celebration of International Nurses Day. Did you know: ▪️ St John of God Health Care employees almost 7000 nurses. ▪️ International Day of Nurses is celebrated on 12 May every year which is Florence Nightingale’s birthday. ▪️ The original nurse cap was designed using a nun’s habit as inspiration to keep hair neatly in place. It was chosen as Catholic nuns provided the bulk of nursing care at the time and their habit then became synonymous with care and compassion. ▪️ The word nursing is derived from the Latin word nutrire which means to nourish.

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Today we celebrate International Day of the Midwife and highlight how all of our midwives work in partnerships with pregnant mums to help ensure they have the best pregnancy and birth experience possible. Group Director of Nursing Services Cynthia Dowell said “It is a day to congratulate our midwives and recognise the significant work they do in enhancing the health and wellbeing of pregnant women who come into our care,” https://goo.gl/Dwx3eH

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The Great South West Bed Race held on Saturday 8 April 2017 was a great success! Check out all of the highlights from the day here: https://youtu.be/pIUFVz6qmNc Thanks to Lomax for their amazing video footage.

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If you're an inpatient at St John of God Bunbury Hospital you may come across our hospitality trainee Shontai during your stay. Congratulations, Shontai on all your achievements whilst working at St John of God Bunbury Hospital.

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Wishing you a safe and enjoyable Easter celebrating with family and friends. A big thank you to all of our caregivers working over the break.