• Visiting hours: 3.00pm to 8.00pm
  • (08) 9462 4000

Visiting hours
3.00pm to 8.00pm

1 Clayton Street,
Midland wa 6056

(08) 9462 4000

Welcome to St John of God Midland Public Hospital

St John of God Midland Public Hospital is Perth’s newest hospital providing free medical and surgical care for patients in the east metropolitan and Wheatbelt regions.

We provide a comprehensive range of services including emergency medicine, critical care, day chemotherapy, paediatric care, aged and stroke care, maternity and general surgery.

Our 307-bed public hospital is operated under a public-private partnership between the State Government and St John of God Health Care

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.


Our outpatient service provides ongoing care for patients with complex or chronic conditions who have been discharged from hospital or do not need to stay at hospital. These services include medical, nursing, allied health and multidisciplinary clinics.

Mental health

We provide a multidisciplinary service to people who need mental health care. Our unit cares for adults and older adults with acute needs while children and adolescents can access urgent help in our Emergency Department.

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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 Midland Public Hospital

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

St John of God Midland Public & Private Hospitals

Ending the week with these cuties. Congragulations to everyone who had babies at our hospital recently and happy Friday everyone.

St John of God Midland Public & Private Hospitals

Today we held a morning tea for Close the Gap Day, which was organised by our Aboriginal Health Team. The event included recommendations from a cultural conversation session with caregivers about how we can help close the gap in outcomes for Aboriginal people. On display was a close the gap pledge and artwork by patients in the Mental Health Unit. Information stalls were also held at the event, which included a Welcome To Country by Uncle Kim Collar and didgeridoo performance by John Maksimovic (Wiradjuri). To find out more about our Aboriginal health services, see https://goo.gl/e3vs9v.