We are a leading provider of private health care in the south west of Western Australia.
Co-located with the publicly run Bunbury Regional Hospital on the South West Health Campus, our 145-bed hospital has undergone a significant redevelopment program to provide state of the art, modern health facilities.
This $35.9 million investment has included:
- a comprehensive cancer care centre – a 12 chair day chemotherapy unit
- an eight bed Coronary Care Unit
- an expanded renal dialysis unit
- accommodation and transport services for regional cancer patients.
Other services provided by St John of God Bunbury Hospital include:
- Allied health and community-based services
- Coronary care
- Cardiac and vascular angiography
- Day surgery
- Ear, nose and throat
- General surgery
- Palliative care
Along with these services, St John of God Bunbury is actively involved in social outreach and community initiatives, including the South West Alcohol and Drug Service and support for eating disorder, juvenile diabetes, pharmacotherapy and suicide prevention.
Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
As a provider of health services to the southwest of Western Australia, St John of God Bunbury Hospital complies with the WA Country Health Service Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.
We also work within the framework of St John of God Health Care’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, which aims to improve our ability to include and respond to the needs of people with disability, whether they are caregivers (employees), patients, clients, volunteers or the general public.
Reconciliation Action Plan
As a division of St John of God Health Care, our vision for Reconciliation is that each person who identifies as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is given the same respect and consideration as others in Australian society. See our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan.