• Visiting hours: 12.00pm to 1.30pm and 4.00pm to 8.00pm
  • (02) 9715 9200

Visiting hours
12.00pm to 1.30pm and 4.00pm to 8.00pm

13 Grantham Street,
Burwood nsw 2134

(02) 9715 9200

Welcome to St John of God Burwood Hospital

St John of God Burwood Hospital, is a private mental health hospital, located in the Inner West of Sydney, providing personalised care in a supportive environment for more than 60 years.

Our experienced team provide the best care to you and your family as you recover in hospital or while receiving outpatient therapy.

We offer a range of treatments for conditions including depression, mood disorders, anxiety, psychosis, perinatal mental health issues and general psychiatry services including ECT and TMS.

Getting here

Our services

We provide a diverse range of specialised psychiatric programs for inpatients, day patients and outpatients. Our committed psychiatrists, psychologists, specialist mental health nurses, and other allied health professionals help patients return to a rewarding and fulfilling life.


While many people may experience low mood or sadness occasionally, depression tends to be ongoing, lasting anywhere from several weeks to years. It is important to know you are not alone and we are here to help you.

Mother and Baby Unit

Our Mother and Baby Unit provides perinatal mental health services for new mums to help you develop a secure bond with your baby. We offer treatment for the whole spectrum of perinatal mental health issues including postnatal depression and anxiety and postnatal pyschosis.

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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 Burwood Hospital

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

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Tip of the week. Psychologist Associate Professor Ian Smith says "Getting enough quality sleep helps protect your mental health, physical health and your general quality of life. For more information on our Outpatient programs: goo.gl/j31wp8

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How well do you sleep? Did you know your sleeping environment can positively or negatively impact your sleep? Your mattress should be comfortable to suit you for optimal sleep. Light from mobile phones, TVs and laptop screens can make it difficult for you to drift off to sleep. Switching off these devices 1 hour before sleep can assist with falling asleep. At St John of God Burwood the Sleep program builds basic skills to improve your sleep patterns. For more information: goo.gl/j31wp8

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We all experience mood changes in response to life's events. However, people with bipolar disorder have fluctuating moods of feeling high, very active and euphoric (manic episodes); or feeling very low (depressive episodes). These changes in mood make it very difficult to manage day to day activities. At St John of God Burwood we run a Bipolar Mood Disorder group to help people manage the changing moods which disrupt their lives. For more information: goo.gl/qL7mfw

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The Big Anxiety festival or arts and science and people is an initiative of UNSW Sydney in association with the Black Dog Institute and over 25 partners in the cultural, education and health sectors. St John of God Burwood has a partnership with UNSW and we run anxiety groups for people when their anxious feelings don't subside. This makes it difficult to deal with simple day to day tasks. The treatment program at Burwood assists you to learn how to keep your anxiety under control. For more information: goo.gl/3GqFCL

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Professor Paul Fitzgerald talks to the Sydney Morning Herald about the effectiveness of TMS. Professor Fitzgerald advised Burwood on recent updates of our TMS program, which now includes a maintenance TMS option. For more information: goo.gl/xaMhhz http://www.smh.com.au/national/health/is-transcranial-magnetic-stimulation-the-new-prozac-20171114-gzll4t.html

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As a not-for-profit organisation all donations go back into the community we serve through St John of God Foundation. Help us to continue providing the best possible care to our patients and the community.