As a major regional centre for healthcare, Peel Health Campus provides an extensive range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency services to the community. Equipped with advanced medical, surgical, maternity and diagnostic technology, the hospital is able to provide the very best care to patients.
The hospital is not a tertiary hospital and has no intensive care facility. Patients requiring specialised care are transferred to a metropolitan tertiary centre.
Peel Health Campus offers a wide range of services, which includes:
- 24 Hour Emergency Department
- Allied health - physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietetics, speech pathology, social work
- Day Chemotherapy
- Dialysis Unit
- Ear, Nose and Throat surgery
- General medicine
- General surgery
- Obstetrics/Maternity care
- Onsite radiology and pathology
- Ophthalmic surgery
- Palliative care
- Plastic surgery
- Urological surgery
A comprehensive range of diagnostic services is available on site, including pathology and radiology, as well as a community pharmacy.
The emergency department at Peel Health Campus currently provides a 24-hour, 7 days a week emergency service to over 45,000 patients per year.
The department is staffed by an experienced and caring multidisciplinary team of professionals dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the hospital's patients.
The emergency department currently includes 23 treatment bays with state-of-the-art equipment and medical imaging services.
Peel Health Campus offers both private and public rehabilitation and acute medical aged care beds on the Campus. The service includes a multidisciplinary team-based approach, including specialist medical, nursing and allied health professionals.
The physiotherapy department provides individually tailored, patient-centred strength, balance and general fitness programs to promote independence, endurance, and well-being in the older population.
In conjunction with the consultant geriatrician, a memory clinic has been established. This service provides diagnostic assessment for people with memory loss, and assists the patient and their family to understand these processes, and where possible to put strategies in place to reverse or slow the process.