Westmead Hospital Westmead, Australia

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Westmead Hospital is the principal referral hospital for western Sydney, renowned for its comprehensive, highly specialised and complex services provided to its local community, statewide and nationally.

Patients come to Westmead Hospital for speciality services such as major trauma, bone marrow transplant, renal transplant, pancreas (islet) cell transplant, neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology, the Westmead Centre for Oral Health, radiation oncology, cardiology interventional services, cardiothoracic surgery, advanced gastroenterology, the Adult Eating Disorders Service, deep brain stimulation, the Complex Epilepsy Service, complex dermatology, neonatal intensive care, a cystic fibrosis service for adults, and the NSW Huntington Disease Service.

Westmead Hospital is a member of the Westmead Health and Education Super Precinct, with close relationships to The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, the University of Sydney, the Westmead Institute for Medical Research, and the Children’s Medical Research Institute.

Currently undergoing a multimillion dollar rebuilding program, Westmead Hospital with its partners will be one of the largest health, education, research and training precincts in Australia

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Hospital type Referral/Teaching Hospital
Funding Status Public
Number of Beds 975

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