The Sydney Southwest Private surgical ward comprises of 45 beds on two levels and cares for patients across a wide range of specialties, including:
- Ear, nose and throat surgery
- Facio-maxillary surgery
- General medicine
- General surgery
- Paediatric surgery
- Plastic surgery
- Vascular surgery
Visiting hours on the ward are from 10am - 8pm.
Please be aware that there may be times when visitors are asked to wait while patient care is taking place.
Nursing staff will show visitors the most appropriate place to wait.
Parents of patients aged under 15 may visit at any time and are welcome to stay overnight.
All patients and their loved ones are encouraged to be actively involved in their care planning and treatment.
We have patient information in all rooms, with notepads for you to write any questions or concerns that you may have for your treating doctor or nurse.
This outstanding unit was first established at the hospital in 1999 and has gone from strength to strength since then.
It includes a team of Cardiologists, Specialised Nursing Staff, Radiographer, Support Staff and 24 hour Resident Medical Officer Cover.
Located on the first floor of the Hospital it is comprised of an admissions/recovery area, procedure area and Coronary Care beds.
The latest advances in technology allow you to be admitted to the Unit for intensive investigation and treatment, and often return home on the same day.
If you require postoperative hospitalisation you can remain in our Coronary Care Unit or ward depending on your clinical needs.
For all enquiries phone 9600 4362
This area consists of 5 Operating Theatres, Day Surgery, Recovery Care Unit, Pre Admission Clinicand a Central Sterilising Unit.
Our Surgical patients are assessed through the pre admission clinic either by a face to face appointment or via telephone prior to their admission.
On the day of surgery patients are admitted through the day surgery unit, transferred to the operating suite and recovered following surgery in the post anaesthetic recovery unit.
From here patients are either discharged home from the day surgery unit or transferred to an inpatient bed for further recovery.
The decision as to whether patients require a day only admission or an overnight stay is made by the treating surgeon and is dependent on the type of procedure.