• Visiting hours: 10.00am to 12.00pm
    2.00pm to 8.00pm
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Visiting hours
10.00am to 12.00pm
2.00pm to 8.00pm

12 Hermitage Street,
Geraldton wa 6530

Welcome to St John of God Geraldton Hospital

St John of God Geraldton Hospital provides high quality private medical and surgical care, including maternity and hospice services to people living in the Mid West.

Our 60-bed private hospital offers exceptional care tailored to the needs of our community with access to accredited general practitioners and local and visiting specialists.

Our services include general medicine, general surgery, plastic surgery, ENT, faxiomaxillary, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, urology, maternity, oncology and palliative care.

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Our services

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

Maternity

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.

Day surgery

Our day surgery options allow you to have an operation or minor surgical procedure without having to stay overnight at hospital, allowing you to recover in the comfort of your own home. You will receive the same exceptional care as our overnight patients.

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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 Geraldton Hospital

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St John of God Geraldton Hospital

Happy International Nurses Day!! Venerated as the "founder of modern nursing," Florence Nightingale—who was born in Florence, Italy on May 12, 1820—left a revolutionary mark on sanitation, healthcare, and even statistics. Today, on the anniversary of her birth, is the perfect time to celebrate her extraordinary life—one that saved countless others.

St John of God Geraldton Hospital

This Friday, May 12, is International Nurses Day. At St John of God Geraldton Hospital we have an amazing team of nurses that provide care 24/7 to our lucky patients. Leading up to Fridays celebration, we are taking the opportunity to profile some of our nurses so you get to know them a little better. Today we are hearing from one of our most experienced Nursing Coordinators - Cheryl Macleod: “Apparently I was always going to be a nurse following my mother’s footsteps. Fremantle Hospital in 1972 was old school and excellent training. Junior drinks nurses squeezed oranges and made eggflips – no Two-Cal then! Metal pans were scrubbed and boiled. Temperature and fluid balance charts covered most of the documentation we did. My first post-grad position was SJOG Geraldton in 1976. Since then I’ve worked in several hospitals from Kalamunda to Darwin and back. After three children and three grandchildren I’m still in the job. Heck that’s 45 years… so I must still be enjoying it! “

St John of God Geraldton Hospital

This Friday, May 12, is International Nurses Day. At St John of God Geraldton Hospital we have an amazing team of nurses that provide care 24/7 to our lucky patients. Leading up to Fridays celebration, we are taking the opportunity to profile some of our nurses so you get to know them a little better. Today we are off to our Day Surgery Unit with the always entertaining Bonnie Dryden, who reflects on a time when things were a little different than they are today! "The current nurses are extremely professional and dedicate commitment to their roles. As nurses we are responsible for the welfare, safety and recovery of our patients and we are always upgrading our skills by attendance at ongoing training. As International Nurses Day is Florence Nightingale’s birthday, I would like to take you back to my bygone era and present a few comparisons on how things were managed in days gone past; Stress management: We would seek out a patient who smoked, draw the curtains around the bed and share a cigarette, provide and receive counselling and then return to duty a stronger woman! Staff meetings: Were always held when the annual hospital fete was on, so staff could organise who was going to dress up as the patient and who was going to be the Doctors/Nurses pushing the beds down the main street when the bed races were on! OH&S was never on the agenda in those days, only the famous video ‘Hospitals Don't Burn”. Which we painfully sat through, reciting the script word for word and smoking our cigarettes whilst watching!" Those were the days Bonnie!

St John of God Geraldton Hospital

This Friday, May 12, is International Nurses Day. At St John of God Geraldton Hospital we have an amazing team of nurses that provide care 24/7 to our lucky patients. Leading up to Fridays celebration, we are taking the opportunity to profile some of our nurses so you get to know them a little better. So here's Jasmin Rigby: “Selfishly, the feelings I get from connecting with people, providing human care, expanding my knowledge, implementing skills and seeing outcomes makes me happy. I am proud and privileged to be a nurse, especially with St John of God. I feel supported, encouraged and safe within my work environment to be the best team member and nurse I can be.” "Wow!"

St John of God Geraldton Hospital

Western Australia of the year for 2016, Anne Carey will visit Geraldton on Thursday May 11 to share her experiences as a nurse fighting the ravages of the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone. Anne will present at an Inspired Live Lunch to reveal her experiences as a nurse in the death zone of a Sierra Leone Ebola treatment centre. And she will share what she learned about having the courage to be kind. Tickets cost $35 and are available at http://bit.ly/couragetobekind. And find out more about Inspired Magazine at www.inspired.org.au