- For medical professionals
- For medical specialists
For medical specialists
More than 850 highly qualified medical specialists are accredited to practice at St John of God Subiaco Hospital.
Accreditation as a specialist practitioner is available to specialists who are certified by the relevant clinical college, hold full WA Medical Board registration and are recognised as a specialist for the payment of medical benefits by the Health Insurance Commission.
To admit patients and/or operate at St John of God Subiaco Hospital, all specialists must be accredited to hold clinical privileges at the hospital.
Accreditation application packs can be obtained from the Office of Medical Affairs. Please apply in writing or email:
Office of Medical Affairs
St John of God Subiaco Hospital
PO Box 14
Subiaco WA 6904
Tel: (08) 9382 6153
By-laws for health professionals
The St John of God Health Care By-laws set out the terms and conditions which medical practitioners must comply with to seek accreditation to admit and care for patients at our hospital.
Current and available theatre session lists are available below.
The Anaesthesia Portal contains the on-call anaesthetic roster, live updates and a communication board. It is intended for anaesthetists accredited at St John of God Subiaco Hospital.
If you can’t access the portal:
- Ensure you have requested a username and password using the St John of God Health Care wireless access form.
- If you are still having problems, contact St John of God Health Care Service Desk by phone (08) 9382 6800 or email Service.Desk@sjog.org.au.
The obstetric portal allows obstetricians accredited at St John of God Subiaco Hospital to access information about inductions and caesareans.
Xcelera External Access Link
Xcelera can be used by cardiologists, vascular and cardio thoracic specialists accredited at St John of God Subiaco Hospital to access patients’ angiography films taken in our Cardiovasular Intervention Laboratory.
To make access to the Xcelera system easy, we have set up passwords for relevant doctors and placed links on all desktop computers in Main Theatre, Wards 41 and 71, CCU and ICU.