Explore Hospital facilities in the South West

The South West Health Region is organised around the South West Health Campus in Bunbury, as the major ‘hub’ for public health services. A range of regional services is co-ordinated from Bunbury to support Integrated District Health Services, smaller hospitals, multi-purpose services and nursing posts throughout the region.

The region’s Integrated District Health Services – located in Busselton, Margaret River, Collie, and Manjimup – support the smaller hospitals in the region to deliver care and, when required, transfer patients to the more specialised, larger hospitals in Bunbury or metropolitan tertiary hospitals. 

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This level of integration enables the appropriate and safe care of patients in suitably equipped and appropriately resourced facilities, according to the acuity of the patient and allows the patient to receive care closer to home, where possible, and reduce the need to travel to Perth for treatment.

Bunbury is also the base of the region’s only private hospital facility – St John of God Hospital. 

In total, there are 14 hospital facilities located across the South West health region.

South West Health Campus
The South West Health Campus in Bunbury is the major medical centre for the region and is a Regional Resource Centre under the WA Health Clinical Services Framework. 

It incorporates 24-hour emergency care with a wide range of support services including an acute psychiatric unit, coronary care unit, cancer centre, domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit, hospice care unit, maintenance renal dialysis unit, obstetric services, paediatric services and a dental unit.

The public Bunbury Regional Hospital and private St John of God Hospital are co-located on the campus, helping to boost the range of medical, surgical and community health services available at the site. The South West Aboriginal Health Service is also based at the campus and runs a mobile health clinic to regional areas.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Bunbury Regional Hospital
Bunbury Regional Hospital is a public hospital that is co-located with the private St John of God Hospital at the South West Health Campus. The two hospitals share a range of facilities including an emergency department and suites for a radiology practice, pathology service and residential and visiting specialists.

Bunbury Regional hospital has 103 inpatient beds consisting of six wards – surgical, acute psychiatric unit, medical, maternity, paediatrics and a high dependency unit.

The facility also contains a Primary Health Division, offering a range of services for inpatients and outpatients, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dieticians, incontinence and diabetes educators, speech therapy and social workers.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

St John of God Hospital
St John of God Hospital in Bunbury is a private hospital that is co-located with the public Bunbury Regional Hospital at the South West Health Campus. The two hospitals share a range of facilities including an emergency department and suites for a radiology practice, pathology service and residential and visiting specialists.

St John of God Hospital offers 145 beds and provides maternity, surgical, medical, oncology, renal and palliative care services. The facility also offers an allied health service with physiotherapists and occupational therapists.

For more information, visit the St John of God Hospital website.


Busselton Health Campus
Busselton Health Campus is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Busselton and surrounding areas.

The new facility was officially opened in March 2015, as part of the largest public hospital building program seem in the southern hemisphere and funded by the Commonwealth and State governments. It replaces the 40-year old Busselton Hospital that previously serviced the area.

Busselton Health Campus provides health care closer to home for the rapidly growing South West community and its services include an emergency department, ward and day surgery facilities, modern operating theatres and birthing suites, dental services, renal dialysis services, a community mental health centre, community aged care, ongoing care and rehabilitation following discharge from hospital, child development and health services and immunisations.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Collie Health Service
Collie Health Service is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Collie and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and obstetric services. 

As part of the Southern Inland Health Initiatives capital works program, Collie Health Service underwent redevelopment in 2017 to improve health care services in the South West region.

For more information visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Margaret River Hospital
Margaret River Hospital is a public hospital facility located in Margaret River that provides a range of health services to those living in the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River and surrounding areas. Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and obstetric services. 

For more information visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Warren Health Service
Warren Health Service is a public hospital facility located in Manjimup that provides a range of health services to those living in Manjimup, Pemberton and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and obstetric services. 

As part of the Southern Inland Health Initiatives capital works program, Warren Health Service is currently being developed to replace the existing Warren Hospital and will bring together a range of health services in one convenient location. Construction is expected to be completed in 2018.

For more information visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Augusta Hospital
Augusta Hospital is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Augusta and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and a nursing home care unit.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Boyup Brook Soldiers Memorial Hospital
Boyup Brook Soldiers Memorial Hospital is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Boyup Brook and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and a nursing home care unit.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Bridgetown Hospital
Bridgetown Hospital is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Bridgetown and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, obstetric services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and a nursing home care unit.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Donnybrook Hospital
Donnybrook Hospital is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Donnybrook and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and a nursing home care unit.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Harvey Health Service
Harvey Health Service is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Harvey and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and a nursing home care unit.

As part of the Southern Inland Health Initiatives capital works program, Harvey Health Service underwent redevelopment in 2017 to improve health care services in the South West region.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Nannup Hospital
Nannup Hospital is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Nannup and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and a nursing home care unit.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.

Pemberton Hospital
Pemberton Hospital is a public hospital facility that provides a range of health services to those living in Pemberton and surrounding areas.  Its services include emergency services, a domiciliary care unit, geriatric assessment unit and a nursing home care unit.

For more information, visit the WA Country Health Service website.