• Visiting hours: 2:00pm to 8.00pm,
    Maternity 2:30pm to 4:00pm,
    7:00pm to 8:00pm 
  • (03) 8784 5000

Visiting hours
2:00pm to 8.00pm,
Maternity 2:30pm to 4:00pm,
7:00pm to 8:00pm 

75 Kangan Drive,
Berwick vic 3806

Welcome to St John of God Berwick Hospital

St John of God Berwick Hospital brings you the very best health care, close to home.

Our new $120 million hospital is now open offering state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to significantly expand the services we deliver to our rapidly growing community.

The hospital’s key facilities include a new maternity unit, eight operating theatres, two endoscopy theatres, a dedicated cardiac unit and the first Intensive Care Unit for the region.

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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.

Cancer care

We put your physical and emotional needs at the centre of our approach to cancer care. Our experienced team explain your diagnosis and treatment options, and provide comprehensive care to help you feel supported along your journey.

Orthopaedic surgery

Our highly skilled caregivers use the latest techniques and equipment to improve your movement and ability to participate in activities you enjoy. We provide care from evaluation and management, through to surgery and rehabilitation to help you return to your daily life.

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Unlock more benefits with your private health insurance at Berwick

Did you know your private health insurance unlocks a range of benefits when you choose to be treated at St John of God Berwick Hospital?

Hear from our experts

Our blogs provide a range of information from our experts to help you understand your health condition, upcoming hospital stay, provide healthy tips and much more.

Redevelopment

Our brand new $120 million hospital is now open and is helping us meet the health care needs of the community now and into the future.

Latest news & events at St John of God Berwick Hospital

Stay up to date with the latest news, events and breakthroughs from St John of of Berwick Hospital

St John of God Berwick Hospital

More than 3,000 Civilian nurses volunteered for service during the Great War and one of them, Sister Florence Vines, operated the Shepton Private Hospital, along with Sister Grace Duigan, in Berwick c 1910-15. Shepton later became the Berwick Bush Nursing Hospital and is, of course, today known as St John of God Berwick Hospital. Sister Vines joined the Australian Army Nursing Service at the age of 29 on June 25, 1915. She left Australia on July 17, 1915 on the HMAT Orsova. Sister Vines suffered from various illnesses including dysentry and attacks of rheumatic fever and returned to Australian in 1916 to convalesce, went back on active service and left Australia again on June 12, 1917 for Salonika (now Thessaloniki) in Greece but was finally invalided back to Australia in April 1918. Sister Duigan remained behind at the hospital while some of the leading lights (including Dr Percy Langmore) in Berwick society and business established a Returned Wounded Soldiers Aid Society, where they would pay for wounded, returned soldiers to be cared for at Shepton under the care of Nurse Duigan. On Anzac Day we give thanks to the nurses who have served over the years and continue to serve our country to this day. Lest we forget. Source: http://caseycardinia1914-1918.blogspot.com.au/2014/04/sister-florence-vines-army-nurse.html?m=1 @ St John of God Berwick Hospital

St John of God Berwick Hospital

More than 3,000 Civilian nurses volunteered for service during the Great War and one of them, Sister Florence Vines, operated the Shepton Private Hospital, along with Sister Grace Duigan, in Berwick c 1910-15. Shepton later became the Berwick Bush Nursing Hospital and is, of course, today known as St John of God Berwick Hospital. Sister Vines joined the Australian Army Nursing Service at the age of 29 on June 25, 1915. She left Australia on July 17, 1915 on the HMAT Orsova. Sister Vines suffered from various illnesses including dysentry and attacks of rheumatic fever and returned to Australian in 1916 to convalesce, went back on active service and left Australia again on June 12, 1917 for Salonika (now Thessaloniki) in Greece but was finally invalided back to Australia in April 1918. Sister Duigan remained behind at the hospital while some of the leading lights (including Dr Percy Langmore) in Berwick society and business established a Returned Wounded Soldiers Aid Society, where they would pay for wounded, returned soldiers to be cared for at Shepton under the care of Nurse Duigan. On Anzac Day we give thanks to the nurses who have served over the years and continue to serve our country to this day. Lest we forget. Source: http://caseycardinia1914-1918.blogspot.com.au/2014/04/sister-florence-vines-army-nurse.html?m=1 @ Berwick, Victoria

Donate now

As a not-for-profit organisation all donations go back into the community we serve through St John of God Foundation. You can choose to donate to our redevelopment or another project of your choice.

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When you join St John of God Health Care, you join one of Australia’s leading healthcare providers with more than 13,950 employees nationwide. We offer employment in hospitals, home nursing, disability and social outreach services.