Westmead Hospital is for patients aged 14 years 9 months and older and does not have paediatric facilities
Westmead Hospital is the principal referral hospital for western Sydney, renowned for its comprehensive, highly specialised and complex services provided to its community, statewide and nationally.
Patients come to Westmead Hospital for treatment of major trauma, bone marrow transplant, renal transplant, pancreas (islet) cell transplant, neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology, oral healthcare, radiation oncology, cardiology interventional services, cardiothoracic surgery, advanced gastroenterology, deep brain stimulation, neonatal intensive care, and services for adult eating disorders, complex epilepsy, complex dermatology, adult cystic fibrosis, and huntington disease.
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Local Health District
Western Sydney Local Health District
The Darug people
Open 24 hours per day.
Visiting Hours: Most wards have their own special visiting hours. Visitors are requested to take note of signage on the wards regarding the visiting hours or call the ward prior to visiting.
Special areas such as Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Centre for New Born Care and all other high dependency units have restricted visiting. Visitors are requested to call the ward before visiting.
An ATM is available in the main foyer Hawkesbury Rd.
Free WiFi is available for all patients and visitors.
Connecting to the free WiFi is easy – you don’t need a username or password. Just go to Settings then WiFi on your device, select the Hospital_Guest_WiFi network.
|Address||Cnr Hawkesbury Road and Darcy Road |
Westmead NSW 2145
|Phone||(02) 8890 5555|
|Social Work Department||02 88906699|
|Carer Support||(02) 8890 5555|
|Chaplaincy||(02) 8890 5083|
|Volunteer Service||02 8890 7361|
|Aboriginal Liaison||(02) 8890 6699|
|Telehealth||1300 679 727|
|R.E.A.C.H||Call 222 on the ward phone|
|CALD Translation||02 9912 3800|