St John of God Midland Public Hospital

Photograph of St John of God Midland Public HospitalSt John of God Midland Public Hospital provides high quality medical and surgical care for patients in the east metropolitan and Wheatbelt regions.

The hospital provides a comprehensive range of services including emergency medicine, critical care, day chemotherapy, paediatric care, aged and stroke care, maternity and general surgery.

The 307-bed public hospital is operated under a public-private partnership between the State Government and St John of God Health Care.

Public Transport

Current bus and train timetables can be obtained from the Transperth Infoline on 13 62 13 or by visiting the Transperth website (external site).

The hospital is located approximately 800m from the Midland Train Station and Bus Station.

Bus route 301 provides transport from the Midland Train Station to the hospital, with a stop located on Centennial Place.

The AvonLink (external link) train service runs from Northam and terminates at Midland Train Station.

The hospital has 220 car bays for visitors and patients. Parking costs $1.80 per hour or $14 per day (maximum). This cost is set in accordance with the Department of Health’s Metropolitan Access and Parking Strategy.

Bicycle and motorbike parking is also available.

Disability parking is available in the main visitor parking area close to the main entrance.

Facilities

The hospital has a number of amenities and facilities for patients and visitors to help make your stay or visit easier. Learn more about the amenities and facilities.

Services

St John of God Midland Public Hospital offers a wide range of services to help you get back to good health. Services include:

  • emergency department
  • maternity
  • mental health and therapy
  • rehabilitation services
  • community and youth
  • pathology.

To find out more about each service browse the Services page.

To help you find your way around St John of God Midland Public Hospital, including the locations of wards and departments, please visit the hospital website.


Last Updated: 01/05/2019