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Welcome to Murdoch

St John of God Murdoch Hospital is part of St John of God Health Care, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to furthering the values and healing mission of Jesus Christ.

Established in 1994 to provide comprehensive, quality health services for patients in Perth’s southern suburbs, St John of God Murdoch Hospital is now one of Australia’s leading private health campuses.

We have continued to grow and improve our services to meet contemporary standards and today, the hospital has 507 beds including a 20-bed hospice, a 24-hour emergency department, 20-chair Cancer Centre, and a wide range of clinical and diagnostic services including medical, surgical, paediatric, maternity, and critical and coronary care.

To read St John of God Murdoch Hospital's Strategic Plan 2015 - 19, please click Strategic Plan 2015 -19 

You may also click here to view a video for further information.

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Latest News

  • AAW raises awareness

    St John of God Murdoch Hospital is celebrating Antibiotic Awareness Week this week to raise awareness of the importance of ensuring antibiotics are used only when appropriate.

    Date: 16.11.15
  • New location for counselling services

    Counselling provided as part of St John of God Murdoch Social Outreach Services (previously the St John of God Murdoch Community Mental Health Service), will operate from a new location - 160 High Street, Fremantle from 2 December.

    Date: 05.11.15
  • Septic shock treatment examined

    St John of God Murdoch Hospital Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is the second private hospital to participate in a global trial which aims to discover if patients with septic shock recover better with or without a low dosage of steroids.

    Date: 05.11.15
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