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St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals on the Midland Health Campus
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Welcome to Midland Hospitals

St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals on the Midland Health Campus




Construction of the St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals is well underway. The hospitals will deliver the very best in health care when they open in late 2015 on the Midland Health Campus.

With a total of 367 beds, 307 for public patients and 60 for private patients, the hospitals will be conveniently located within one complex, bringing health care closer to home.

These will be the first major hospital facilities to be built in the Midland area for more than 50 years and will become a significant employer, with about 1,000 staff.

Phase One of Recruitment is now live exclusively for St John of God Health Care and Swan Kalamunda Health Service staff. Find out more.

Find out more about the Midland hospitals

Latest News

  • Cancer care closer to home

    From November 2015, the people of Midland and surrounding communities will have access to care closer to home with the opening of cancer services, including a Day Chemotherapy Unit, at St John of God Midland Public Hospital.

    Date: 07.07.14
  • WA Midwife of the year

    For the second year running a St John of God Subiaco Hospital caregiver has won the state title of 'Johnson's Baby Midwife of the Year.’

    Date: 03.06.14
  • Recruitment campaign kicks off

    A massive recruitment campaign has kicked off for over 1,000 staff needed for our two new hospitals, due to open in late 2015.

    Date: 16.03.14
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Over 1,000 jobs will be available at the Midland Hospitals when they open in late 2015, with some positions being recruited now.

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