• Visiting hours: 10.00am to 8.00pm
  • (08) 9722 1600

Visiting hours
10.00am to 8.00pm

Corner Robertson Drive and Bussell Highway,
Bunbury wa 6230

(08) 9722 1600

Welcome to St John of God Bunbury Hospital

St John of God Bunbury Hospital, located in the south west of Western Australia, is regarded as one of the finest private hospitals outside the metropolitan area.

With 145 beds and more than 330 highly qualified medical practitioners, our health care facility caters for a variety of medical and surgical admissions and palliative care, plus allied health and community-based services.

Getting here

Our services

We offer a wide range of services, caring for inpatients, outpatients and day patients across a range of specialties including maternity, medical, surgical, rehabilitation and allied health.

Cancer care

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

Renal dialysis

Our renal dialysis helps your kidneys continue functioning when they have stopped working properly. Our caregivers work with you to ensure your treatment allows you to live a full and active life.

Find a St John of God Bunbury Hospital doctor

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 Bunbury Hospital

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

St John of God Bunbury Hospital

On Friday 15 September, 11 year old Jake Townsend-Hyde shaved off his shoulder-length hair in support of his Year 1 teacher Sue Devereaux. Sue was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma and has been undergoing treatment at the St John of God Bunbury Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Centre. Jake's efforts raised an impressive $3,000 which will be donated to the Cancer Centre to allow us to continue in the provision of quality cancer care to all patients.

St John of God Bunbury Hospital

If you've recently been in to St John of God Bunbury Hospital you may have noticed the vast exhibition currently occupying the main foyer. The display is an exciting opportunity to learn about skeletons and how the body works, including information on sports injury prevention, the evolution of joint replacement, developments in the treatment of fractures and innovations including the use of 3D printing, robotics, computer navigation and customising implants during surgery. Part of the Australian Orthopaedic Association’s travelling exhibition across the country, the display was in Bunbury from 6-14 September. Pictured: Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Harry Stock talking joints with General Surgeon Dr Senarath Werapitiya.

St John of God Bunbury Hospital

RU OK and do you know where to get help to improve your emotional wellbeing? St John of God Mental Health Nurse Mark Ayling explains the signs and symptoms of mental illness and where to get help: https://goo.gl/WfExrT Also pictured are the festivities happening at St John of God Bunbury Hospital today for RU OK Day.

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St John of God Midland Public & Private Hospitals Women’s Health Physiotherapist Suzanne Carney clears the air about whether you can exercise during pregnancy and how often. Check out our ulitmate guide to exercise during pregnancy: https://goo.gl/ER5EGL

St John of God Bunbury Hospital

The Great South West Bed Race is back in 2018! There's plenty of time to get a team together and support Cardiac and Cancer Services in the South West. These services truly benefit South West residents by allowing them to receive treatment without the burden of traveling to Perth. Check out the event below or visit the website for more info: www.greatsouthwestbedrace,org.au

Donate now

As a not-for-profit organisation all donations go back into the community we serve through St John of God Foundation. Help us to continue providing the best possible care to our patients and the community.