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The Canberra Hospital

Address:
Yamba Drive
Garran, ACT 2605

 

Postal Address
PO Box 11
Woden ACT 2606

Phone: 02 5124 0000
Email: 
Website:
www.health.act.gov.au/hospitals-and-health-centres/canberra-hospital

Canberra Hospital is a public hospital located in Garran, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. It is a tertiary level centre with 672 beds and caters to a population of about 550,000. It was formed when the Woden Valley Hospital and the Royal Canberra Hospital were amalgamated in 1991, and was renamed Canberra Hospital in 1996.

The Canberra Hospital (TCH) is the largest public hospital in our region. We provide care to more than 500,000 people through a range of services that include acute inpatient and day services, outpatient services, women’s and children’s services, paediatrics and pathology.

Services and campus

Canberra Hospital provides a wide range of services across more than 25 buildings on its campus. There is no map of the hospital campus at the main reception, so volunteer guides operate from the main reception, assisting visitors to navigate the hospital campus. A hospital campus map of the Canberra Hospital is available online.

WARD

NAME

LOCATION

10A

General Surgery

Building 1, Level 10, Canberra Hospital

L9A

Gastroenterology

Building 1, Level 9, Canberra Hospital

L9B

Neurosurgery and High Dependency Unit (HDU)

Building 1, Level 9, Canberra Hospital

L8B

Renal

Building 1, Level 8, Canberra Hospital

7SU

Stroke Unit

Building 1, Level 7, Canberra Hospital

L7A

Neurology/Infectious Diseases

Building 1, Level 7, Canberra Hospital

L7B

Medical Assessment and Planning Unit (MAPU)/Surgical Short Stay

Building 1, Level 7, Canberra Hospital

L6A

Cardio, Endocrine, Respiratory

Building 1, Level 6, Canberra Hospital

L6B

Urology, Vascular, Cardio-Thoracic, Thoracic

Building 1, Level 6, Canberra Hospital

L5A

Orthopaedics

Building 1, Level 5, Canberra Hospital

L5B

Orthopaedics, Oral Maxillo-Facial Surgery, ENT and Plastic Surgery

Building 1, Level 5, Canberra Hospital

CAR

Cardiology

Building 1, Level 3, Canberra Hospital

CCU

Coronary Care Unit

Building 1, Level 3, Canberra Hospital

CPE

Chest Pain Evaluation Unit

Building 1, Level 3, Canberra Hospital

DIS

Discharge Lounge

Building 1, Level 2, Canberra Hospital

11C

Radiation Oncology/Oncology

Building 3, Level 1, Canberra Hospital

14B

Haematology/Oncology/Radiation Oncology

Building 3, Level 1, Canberra Hospital

ACU

Aged Care Unit

 Building 3, Level 2, Canberra Hospital

11B

Geriatric Unit

Building 3, Level 2, Canberra Hospital

12B

Rehabilitation Unit

Building 3, Level 2, Canberra Hospital

PDS

Paediatric Unit

Building 11, Level 1, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

PWH

Paediatric High Care Unit

Building 11, Level 1, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

PWM

Paediatric Medical Ward

Building 11, Level 1, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

PN

Postnatal

Building 11, Level 2, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

AN

Antenatal

Building 11, Level 2, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

NIC

Neonatology

Building 11, Level 3, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

SCN

Special Care Nursery

Building 11, Level 3, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

BC

Birth Centre

Building 11, Level 3, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

BS

Birthing

Building 11, Level 3, Centenary Hospital for Women, Youth and Children

DSU

Day Surgery Unit

Building 12, Level 3, Canberra Hospital

EDS

Extended Day Surgery Unit

Building 12, Level 3, Canberra Hospital

2SA

Surgical Assessment and Planning Unit (SAPU)

Building 12, Level 2, Canberra Hospital

EMU

Emergency Medicine Unit

Building 12, Level 2, Canberra Hospital (Emergency Department)

ICU

Intensive Care Unit

Building 12, Level 3, Canberra Hospital

PHD

Psychiatry - High Dependency

Building 25, Canberra Hospital

PLD

Psychiatry - Low Dependency

Building 25, Canberra Hospital

Neurology specialist consultations deal with the diagnosis, investigation and treatment of diseases of the nervous system the commonest of which are stroke, epilepsy, headache, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis. There is approximately 10 neurology outpatient clinics per week. Outpatient clinics are held at various times during the week, depending on the specialist involved. 
Generally, access to these services is through:
– Referral by your GP or Specialist;
– Referral from the Canberra Hospital Emergency Department;
– Referral from Canberra Hospital wards after an admission.
Depending on which clinical specialty you attend, you may be seen by one or more health professionals including doctors, nurses and/or allied health staff. The Canberra Hospital is a tertiary teaching hospital and therefore students of the above professions may be in attendance during your appointment.

Services provided at this hospital

The Canberra Hospital services

  • Acute renal dialysis unit
  • Alcohol and drug unit
  • Cardiac surgery unit
  • Clinical genetics unit
  • Coronary care unit
  • Diabetes unit
  • Domiciliary care unit
  • Emergency department
  • Geriatric assessment unit
  • Infectious diseases unit
  • Intensive care unit
  • Maintenance renal dialysis unit
  • Neonatal intensive care unit
  • Neurosurgical unit
  • Obstetric services
  • Oncology unit
  • Paediatric service
  • Psychiatric unit
  • Rehabilitation unit
  • Sleep centre
Free public parking is available in numerous locations across the hospital campus including a multi storey car park to the south of the Canberra Region Cancer Centre between Bateson Road and Hospital Road.
Visiting Hours 

• Visiting hours are from 6 am to 9 pm (during which time the main doors to the hospital are unlocked)

• Signs about visiting hours will be in place throughout the ward/hospital

A visitor is any person who you wish to see or have with you during your stay in hospital.
At any time during your stay in hospital you have the right to choose/say who may visit you. This includes your husband or wife, domestic partner (including same-sex partner), other family members or friends.