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Westmead and Auburn Hospitals

Westmead Hospital is a specialised tertiary referral hospital for the western metropolitan area, which has a population of 1.5 million people and 15 local government areas. The District is also home to a significant Aboriginal community, with 1.4% of Western Sydney residents self-identifying as Aboriginal.

It is the major teaching hospital of the University of Sydney for medical and dental students and one of Australia’s largest centres for postgraduate training to specialist level in all fields.

The Hospital includes a Dental School, and a unit for emotionally disturbed children, Redbank House. Westmead is home to internationally recognised institutes of health research, the most prominent being The Westmead Institute for Medical Research.

Auburn Hospital, opened in 2009, has an emphasis on planned surgery, paediatric short stay and obstetrics and newborn care services for low risk births.

Auburn Hospital is a multicultural centre of excellence, located in one of Australia’s most culturally diverse communities. As well as English, our staff can speak a staggeringly 70 languages. The Hospital’s clientele speak 17 core languages, with 67 percent of our patients from a non-English speaking background.

The hospital environment also features an extensive cultural and arts program that promotes well-being, and reflects the beliefs and values of our local community.

 

Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital

Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital is a leading tertiary care hospital, renowned internationally for its excellence in patient care, in its training of health care professionals and its research and innovation, committed to providing the highest quality health care to the people in the community with compassion and respect.

The hospital is situated on the land of its original inhabitants and traditional custodians, the Dharug Aboriginal people, which is currently home to the largest urban Aboriginal population in NSW.

Split over two campuses at Blacktown and Mount Druitt, the hospital provides 24-hour emergency service, intensive and high dependency care, specialist adult acute medical and surgical services, obstetrics and newborn care and mental health services.

 

Orange Health Services

Orange Health Service is a 520 bed public hospital located on the Bloomfield Campus, approximately km (2.mi) south of the City Orange, NSW.

It is the largest rural hospital in  NSW and is operated by Western NSW Local Health District. The hospital was opened in 2011 co-located with the redeveloped Bloomfield psychiatric hospital, replacing Orange Base Hospital as the primary referral hospital for the Central West Region and beyond to Broken Hill.

The facility provides a range of general, surgical and specialist services. It is a major teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Sydney      

 

Nepean Hospital

Nepean Hospital is located at the base of the Blue Mountains in Penrith NSW, Australia. Penrith lies on the Nepean River and is one of the fastest growing areas in Sydney. There is easy access by car or public transport to Sydney City and also to all the attractions of the Blue Mountains National Park, such as the Three Sisters or further west again the world famous Jenolan Caves.

Services include maternity, gynaecology, neonatal intensive care, emergency, diagnostics, paediatric, surgical, intensive care, coronary care, rehabilitation and mental health.

Also on the Nepean Hospital campus are a Tresillian Family Care Centre, Menopause Service, Nepean Cancer Care Centre, Diabetes Service and the Wentworth Centre for Drug and Alcohol Medicine.

Nepean Hospital is a teaching hospital of the University of Sydney for medical students and also provides nursing and allied health training for many other universities.

 

 

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