Wellington Street Campus
Telephone: +618 9224 2244
Facsimile: +618 9224 3511
Postal Address: GPO Box X2213
Perth, Western Australia, 6001
Royal Perth Hospital was the first Hospital established in Western Australia, and is its largest teaching hospital. It is one of Australia's largest and busiest hospitals, with the second largest trauma workload in the country and one of the busiest Emergency Departments in Australasia. It has a distinguished international record in patient care, teaching and research, hosting Nobel Prize-winning research and world-leading experts in areas such as stroke, burns care and HIV research.
RPH employs about 7000 staff members (about 4,700 full-time equivalent), which includes world and national leaders in several areas, as well as more than 500 volunteers in the "Friends of RPH" service. The Hospital has on average 530 medical and surgical day and multi-day beds, with another 49 intensive/high dependency beds (with another 190 at the Shenton Park Campus). The Hospital treats about 73,000 in-patients a year, receives about 225,000 outpatient attendances a year, and has one of the busiest Emergency Departments in Australia, with more than 54,000 presentations a year.
RPH provides services to adults in all clinical fields (except obstetrics) and provides state-wide services in several areas, including: burns treatment, major trauma, heart and lung transplant, bone-marrow transplant, refractory epilepsy, haemophilia, spinal rehabilitation, head injury rehabilitation, and interventional neuroradiology.
Royal Perth hospital Intensive Care Unit is the largest in WA. It is affiliated with the University of Western Australia Medical School and is heavily engaged in research.
RPH has 3 critical care pods: a dedicated 10 bed Surgical ICU, a General (medical and burns) 12 bed ICU, and an 9 bed High Dependency Area.
The ICU manages all facets of critical care medicine including trauma, burns, cardiothoracic surgery, heart and lung transplantation, extracorporeal life support, acute neurosurgery, major general surgery and all medical conditions requiring invasive monitoring and organ support therapies.
150 Mounts Bay Road, Perth WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9481 1822
Fax: (08) 9321 2208
The Mount Private Hospital is a leader in the provision of private hospital services in Western Australia. It is located at the base of Kings Park on Mounts Bay Road, Perth and provides access to the State’s leading surgeons and hospital equipment.
The ICU has 12 ventilated beds and is the only private Level 3 ICU in WA.
It can look after all types of critically ill patient and admits approximately 1000 people per year.
The case-mix is predominantly cardiac surgery as it is the only private cardiothoracic hospital in WA, performing in excess of 400 cases annually.
The ICU runs the Medical Emergency Response Team for the hospital as well as the Cardiac Arrest Response team.
The unit has recently enjoyed a major upgrade in ventilators and monitoring equipment being now in possession of the latest and best equipment available in conjunction with a highly skilled, motivated and professional team of doctors, nurses and ancillary staff.
Medical Director of ICU is Dr Gregory McGrath.
Nurse Unit Manager is Ms Megan Davy.
There is a complement of 20 junior medical staff including 6 senior registrars.
All ancillary professions are represented
RPH is the state trauma centre and the state burns centre.
The ICU admits over 2600 patients per year.
Head of Department is A/Prof Geoffrey Dobb.
Nursing CNS Mrs Maria Hopkinson.
12 Salvado Road, Subiaco WA 6008
St John of God Hospital Subiaco is a world-class facility with a special focus on providing a warm and welcoming environment. The Hospital's nursing caregivers are well recognised for their ability to combine compassionate, patient focused care with the highest levels of clinical excellence. Today the Hospital has over 500 beds and provides a wide range of clinical specialities and easy access to a range of on-site diagnostic services including radiology, pathology, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and two cardiac and vascular intervention laboratories.
The ICU has a bed capacity of 9. The unit is a Level 2 general ICU that is capable of managing most ICU patients including ventilatory support, inotropes, renal replacement therapy (Haemodiafiltration), invasive haemodynamic and neurosurgical monitoring. It has a excellent complement of medical, nursing and ancillary staff dedicated to patient welfare and clinical excellence.
Plans are well underway for a complete refurbishment to an independent 11 ventilated beds ICU and separate CCU.
The ICU runs the hospital’s Medical Emergency Response Team and Resuscitation Team.
The ICU currently admits approximately 400 patients per year and is growing quickly.
Medical Director of ICU is Dr David Morgan
Nurse Unit manager is Ms Kim Lawrence.
St John of God Hospital, Subiaco PO Box 14 Subiaco WA 6904
Phone: (08) 9382 6111 Fax: (08) 9381 7180