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- Braidwood Multi Purpose Service
Services include: A range of acute medical and community health services including an emergency department, well clinic, nursing service, physiotherapy, dietitian, counselling, immunisation clinic, women's health service and community transport services.
- Calvary Health Care ACT - Calvary Public Hospital
Services include: Calvary Public Hospital is funded by ACT Health and managed by Little Company of Mary Health Care. The hospital is the second major hospital in Canberra providing acute care services to the local community and surrounds. As well as providing an extensive range of inpatient services Calvary Public Hospital also provides ambulatory care and outreach facilities and services.
- Canberra Hospital - Canberra Region Cancer Centre
Services include: Cancer Services comprise several highly skilled teams, including Medical and Radiation Oncology, Haematology, Surgery, Bone marrow transplant and Palliative care to provide comprehensive services to patients and their carers with cancer and related illnesses. We are committed to reducing the burden of cancer in the ACT and surrounding region through high quality treatment, research and education.
- Canberra Hospital - Emergency Department
Services include: Treatment and assessment to people who are seriously ill, in pain or are suffering. This service is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. For Serious illness or injury requiring urgent attention call 000.
- Canberra Hospital - Endocrinology
Services include: Medical outpatient services for patients with hormonal conditions such as diabetes, thyroid disease, calcium disorders, metabolic bone disease and osteoporosis. Endocrinology & diabetes services are provided in the central outpatients (for adults), paediatric outpatients (for youth) and in the antenatal outpatients (for pregnant women).
- Canberra Hospital - Infectious Diseases Unit
Services include: Inpatient and outpatient care for patients who are referred to the Unit for assessment and treated by an Infectious Diseases Specialist.
- Canberra Hospital - Neurology
Services include: Care and treatment of diseases affecting the nervous system such as stroke, headache, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and peripheral neuropathy. The neurology department provides outpatient appointments, neurophysiology, botox clinic and in-patient services (Ward 7A).
- Canberra Hospital - Paediatric Care (PatCH)
Services include: PatCH or paediatrics at Canberra Hospital, consists of several clinical areas providing care to children and adolescents under 18 years of age. Click within this listing for information on Paediatric Inpatients, Outpatient Clinics, Day Stay and Ronald McDonald House Canberra.
- Canberra Hospital - Postnatal Care
Services include: Postnatal care is provided to women after the birth of their baby, and it can also be continued into your home after discharging from the Canberra Hospital. Click within this listing for information on the Postnatal Ward and visiting hours, Midcall Program, Early Transfer Home, Breastfeeding and Lactation Support Service and Breastfeeding Information.
- Canberra Hospital - Rehabilitation, Aged and Community Care (RACC) Services
Services include: Geriatric Outpatients, Acute Care of the Elderly (Ward 11A), Ortho-geriatric (Ward 11B), Rehabilitation Outpatients, Rehabilitation Ward (12B) and the Exercise Physiology Department, which are all located at the Canberra Hospital.
- Canberra Hospital - Renal Services
Services include: Renal care and treatment for patients in the ACT and surrounding regions. The renal service aims to provide a comprehensive medical service including renal outpatients, acute and satellite haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and renal ward services.
- Canberra Surgicentre - Accredited Day Hospital
Services include: Canberra Surgicentre is the day hospital where our patients will have oral surgery or maxillofacial procedures. All patients will initially have a consultation at either our Canberra Oral Surgery Braddon or Canberra Oral Surgery Deakin consulting rooms to discuss their treatment requirements.
- Capital Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic
Services include: Multidisciplinary rehabilitation clinic providing expert specialist physician treatment, allied health services and councelling services to assist patients with rehabilitation and pain management.
- Centenary Hospital for Women & Children at the Canberra Hospital - Antenatal & Gynaecological Care
Services include: The Maternity & Gynaecology Outpatients Department at the Centenary Hospital for Women & Children is located on Level 2. The following services are provided within the Department - Midwifery Antenatal Clinics, Specialist Antenatal Clinics, Fetal Medicine Unit, Maternity Assessment Unit, Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit, Gynacology Clinics and Canberra Endometriosis Centre.
- Centenary Hospital for Women & Children at the Canberra Hospital - Birthing Options & Maternity Care
Services include: Women choosing to birth at Centenary Hospital for Women & Children have a number of pregnancy care options available including the Canberra Midwifery Program (CMP), Continuity at the Centenary Hospital Program (CatCH) and the Birthing Suite. Click within this listing for information on these services and also general information on Shared Care, Private Midwifery Care or Private Obstetric Care.
- Rehabilitation Independent Living Unit (RILU)
Services include: A multidisciplinary team providing early rehabilitation services in a home-like environment. The team includes medical staff, nursing staff and allied health staff (physiotherapy, social work, occupational therapy, speech pathology, psychology).
New Canberra Hospital visiting hours
Visiting hours at Canberra Hospital have changed to 0600 to 2100, except for Mental Health and the Alcohol & Drug Service.
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