Patient information seminar series

St John of God Murdoch Hospital is hosting a calendar of free patient information seminars to help community members better understand their treatment options and procedures.

7 Oct 2022, 15 Oct 2022, 5 Nov 2022

Patient information series 
St John of God Murdoch Hospital proudly offers a variety of patient information seminars  presented by specialists at the top of their field.

The information seminars are designed for community members to come along to our hospital and learn more about various procedures, services of interest, recovery and the different options available.

The seminars are a welcoming environment, open to anyone and you don’t even need a referral. Best of all, they are completely free of charge and light refreshments are included.


Register using the form below.

Due to COVID-19, registration is essential.

Upcoming seminar dates:

Mental health with Dr Stefan Schutte

Date: Friday 7 October 2022
Time: 2.00 to 3.30pm
Location: Murdoch Auditorium

About the presenter: Dr Stefan Schutte is Head of Psychiatry at St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals and Deputy Clinical Lead for the Mental Health Development Project at St John of God Murdoch Hospital. He is a qualified consultation-liaison psychiatrist with experience in effectively treating patients with a wide range of conditions. He utilises a well-rounded approach to treat the whole person through medications and psychotherapy. 

Joint replacement with Professor Piers Yates

Date: Saturday 15 October 2022
Time: 10.00 to 11.30am
Location: Murdoch Auditorium

About the presenter: Professor Piers Yates has been practicing in WA as a specialist orthopaedic and trauma surgeon from 2006 with a particular interest in joint replacement, revision surgery and trauma.

Joint Replacement with Mr Rhys Clark

Date: Saturday 5 November 2022
Time: 10:00 to 11:30am
Location: Murdoch Function Rooms

About the presenter: Mr Rhys Clark is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in the latest hip and knee replacement surgical techniques, as well as complex revision surgery and bone and soft tissue surgery.

These are COVID-19 safe events. See the venue parking and entry instructions.

For any questions, please email [email protected].au or call 9428 8634.