Fremantle Hospital

Fremantle Hospital

Welcome you to Fremantle Hospital We would like you to be as relaxed as you can throughout your hospital stay. This brochure is intended to provide you with information on what to expect during your hospital stay as well as the services and amenities that are available to you and your family members. Fremantle Hospital is part of the Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group and is the largest hospital in Western Australia dedicated to providing high-quality aged healthcare, mental health secondary rehabilitation services, scheduled surgeries and other medical specialties. Fremantle Hospital is committed to providing healthcare that puts the patients as our primary goal. Our patient-centered philosophy ensures that our services are sensitive and respectful to the desires, needs and beliefs of the patients (and our customers). Fremantle Hospital does not have an emergency department. The closest emergency and accident services, including a 24 hour emergency mental health care is available by Fiona Stanley Hospital’s Emergency Department, located on Robin Warren Drive, Murdoch. Fremantle Hospital provides emergency mental health care all hours of the day, from 8.00am until 10.00pm all days of the week.

Fremantle Hospital is an Australian public hospital that is located in South Terrace in central Fremantle in southwest Perth, Western Australia.

It was once the largest hospital in the region However, following it’s opening Fiona Stanley Hospital in Murdoch on the 3rd of February 2015, the hospital was significantly reduced in size, including the closing of their emergency department, as well as various other services moving to the new facility.

The main building is located at Fremantle hospital is an historic location that looks out over the nearby harbor for fishing boats and The Port in Fremantle along with Fremantle’s Indian Ocean.

The western part of the road is bordered by South Terrace, while Hampton Road is on its eastern end.

This hospital also is walking distance to Fremantle Markets, as well as the Fremantle Oval.

Fremantle Public Hospital opened in 1897, with 52 beds. The original building was an private residence “The Knowle”, built in 1856, using both stones and labourers coming from Fremantle Prison.

Two additional wards as well as the operating theater were also added around the year 1900. The next additions were the Ron Doig Block , which was added in 1934 and in the year 1934, and then William Wauhop Wing, which was completed in the year 1960 and and the Princess of Wales Wing in 1976.

In the years prior to opening Fiona Stanley Hospital, Fremantle Hospital and Health Service offered 575 beds across its campuses, including Rottnest Island Nursing Post and Kayeela Hospital in East Fremantle. The facilities included 24 hour emergency care, acute care as well as a paediatric unit, an 66-bed psychiatric and psychogeriatric service. This Hyperbaric Medical Unit has been providing support services to divers in the entire state parts of Western Australia and clinical services to people who reside in the immediate region for more than 20 years.

The establishment the doors of Fiona Stanley Hospital, Fremantle Hospital has grown to a 300-bed facility that focuses on providing services like aged care, mental health secondary rehabilitation and palliative, and scheduled operations. There was a Kaleeya campus. Kaleeya campus was shut down, after the land was being sold in December 2014. The Rottnest Island Nursing Post was transformed into the external site of Fiona Stanley Hospital.

Fremantle Hospital has located very close to Perth Cash 4 Cars. you can check below Google Maps.