Patients and visitors
Our care is distinctive, with more than 1600
caregivers providing a warm and welcoming environment for our
Our nurses and midwives are recognised for
their ability to combine dedicated, patient focused care with the
highest levels of clinical excellence.
Before your visit to Murdoch, please read
Welcome to Murdoch
While you are staying with us, please read
Your Stay With Us. This guide is
also available in your room.
The St John of God Murdoch Hospital campus is smoke-free
Our buildings and grounds are completely
smoke-free to create a healthier, cleaner and safer environment for
patients, visitors and caregivers.
Smoking is not permitted in any building,
outdoor area or vehicle within the boundary of our campus as shown
on the map below:.
Why is being smoke-free important to
At St John of God Murdoch Hospital, health is
our business. We are dedicated to protecting and promoting the
health of our patients, caregivers and visitors.
Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) comes from
the burning end of a cigarette, pipe or cigar and is also the smoke
breathed out by the smoker. ETS is proven to cause cancer and is an
even greater health threat to people who already have heart and
How does the policy help smokers to
Helping smokers who want to quit is
important to us. Assistance includes access to nicotine replacement
for caregivers. Inpatients are
encouraged to discuss this option with their treating doctor.
More information is available from the
WHS team on 9366 1399 or 9311 4616 and the QUIT Line 13 78 48.