The Royal Melbourne Hospital is the major teaching, tertiary health care facility managed by Melbourne Health Service and is Melbourne’s oldest hospital. It has two campuses in the Parkville Precinct, just north of Melbourne city centre and provides services to nearly all of Victoria. However, the main catchment area for the hospital is people living in Melbourne’s northern and western communities, to whom the hospital provides general medical and general surgical services in addition to more specialised care. The hospital also has one of the largest and busiest Emergency Departments in Melbourne.
The two campuses are;
Royal Melbourne Hospital City Campus: this campus is a tertiary, teaching referral hospital providing specialist and general medical and surgical services, including cardiac, neuroscience and oncology, as well providing a major trauma service and Victorian Infectious Diseases Service.
Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park Campus: this campus provides sub-acute care, including aged care, rehabilitation, ambulatory care, and residential and community services.
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