• Visiting hours: 2.00pm to 8.00pm
  • (03) 9788 3333

Visiting hours
2.00pm to 8.00pm

255-265 Cranbourne Road,
Frankston vic 3199

(03) 9788 3333

Welcome to St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital

We are a private hospital offering specialist neurological, cardiac, orthopaedic and movement disorder rehabilitation programs, as well as general programs for patients recovering from surgery, accidents or injury.

Our reputation for exceptional care attracts patients from across Mornington Peninsula and Greater Melbourne.

Individually tailored programs include access to a hydrotherapy pool, physiotherapy and occupational therapy gyms, helping patients regain independence and function, and improving their quality of life.

Getting here

Our services

We provide a diverse range of specialised rehabilitation programs for inpatients, day patients and outpatients. Our experienced and supportive specialists focus on promoting overall wellness and recovery to help you get back to doing what you love.

Parkinson's disease

Parkinson’s disease affects movement, speech, memory and sleep and can have a significant impact on your life. Our caregivers are highly experienced in caring for people with the disease and work closely with you to manage your symptoms.

Stroke rehabilitation

Rehabilitation can greatly improve your quality of life after a stroke. We offer rehabilitation as soon as possible to offer you the best chance of recovery. We involve you and your carers in setting goals and develop individual rehabilitation plans.

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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 Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital

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St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital

Have you met Sam yet? Sam recently started at our Hospital and introduced Exercise Physiology (EP) to our range of services. Sam is an experienced EP, who has spent 5 years in private practice and worked throughout the Mornington Peninsula. EP's specialise in the provision of exercise based rehabilitation for a range of conditions both acute and chronic. This includes musculoskeletal, neurological, and chronic disease management such as pain management, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, cardiovascular diseases as well as many other conditions. The aim of an EP is to help prevent acute or manage subacute conditions and assist in restoring optimum physical function, health, and wellbeing. Exercise Physiology is an integral part of our multidisciplinary team. Our Rehabilitation Physicians oversee the multidisciplinary team who will work closely with patients to provide the best exercise program that is catered specifically to the needs and capabilities of individual's. Some individual patient's programs may include a one to one session with Sam, utilising our fully equipped gymnasium and therapy areas. Sam is also involved in our outpatient group programs: ¥ Falls & Balance, ¥ Parkinson's ¥ Cardiac ¥ Pulmonary ¥ Oncology People of all ages benefit from regular exercise. It is the provision of our expert advice and support throughout any program that will ensure consistency and motivation leading to improvement and a greater sense of wellbeing. Any exercise program needs to be sustainable long term and your rehabilitation team will work together to design a program that is both achievable and enjoyable. They continually measure performance and adjust individual's programs accordingly ensuring they are obtaining maximum benefit. If you are interested in attending our hospital, either as an inpatient or outpatient, please ask your GP or Specialist to write a referral to us. #SJGFrankston #Exercise #Exercisephysiology #EP

St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital

Our new website is in the running for the Sitecore Global People's Choice Award - simply click on the photo below and click 'like' to vote! See the link in the photo caption if you haven't checked out our new website yet.

St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital

This week is Australia's Healthy Weight Week, an initiative of the Dietitians Association of Australia, raising awareness of the importance of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight and lifestyle, through proper nutrition and exercise. To get involved visit healthyweightweek.com.au You can also download their free 'Everyday Healthy' Cookbook to help get started! #HealthyEating #AHWW #SJoG #Dietitans

St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital

Next week (13-19 February) is Australia’s Healthy Weight Week. Run by Australian dieticians, the aim is to inspire all Aussies to cook at home more often, to achieve a healthy weight. This important week is all about getting the right advice and support for those looking to be a healthy weight. For more information and help on getting started, please visit healthyweightweek.com.au #AHWW #HealthyEating #SJoG

St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital

Did you know the Delta Therapy Dogs visit our patients weekly!? Delta Society Australia is a not-for-profit organisation with one core belief: The human-animal bond remarkably improves our quality of life and leaves a lasting paw print on our hearts. Delta believe there is a special and indescribable kinship shared between dogs and people of all ages. Attention from a dog can brighten your day, make you feel loved and, has been scientifically proven to improve your overall health and wellbeing. The aim of this program is to improve the participant’s physical, social, emotional and cognitive well-being and general functioning, with documented positive effects for people experiencing loneliness, depression, anxiety, stress with huge improvements in recovery times from surgery and illness. Delta’s amazing and devoted volunteer Therapy Dog Teams, brighten the lives of an estimated 20,000 Australians in hospitals and care facilities every week. We are very fortunate to have Bec and Lucky (a Whippet) or Susan and Badger (an English Cocker Spaniel) visit our hospital every weekend to offer the wonderful benefits of pet therapy. For further information on the great work Delta Society Australia does, or to make a donation to help fund the fabulous programs they run, visit www.deltasociety.com.au #pettherapy #deltatherapydog #SJoG #whippet #Cockerspaniel #deltasociety