Hospitals in Brisbane


Brisbane has a number of hospitals that could cater to varying needs of different patients. Each hospital has its own strengths and specializations so it’s important to examine them well before putting a patient for

diagnosis and treatment. Here are some of Brisbane’s popular hospitals.

Brisbane Private Hospital, located at 259 Wickham Terrace, was introduced in February 2003, although the structure was originally known as the Holy Spirit Hospital after being purchased by the Holy Spirit sisters in 1946. It started out as a 40-bed hospital and has eventually grown throughout the years. A School of Nursing was also established in 1951, as well as the opening of the Intensive care Unit (1971), The Radiology Department (1977), Endoscopy Unit (1984) and Day Surgery Unit (1987). In February 2003, the hospital was purchased by a private investor and was renamed. Despite the new management, the new proprietors of the hospital aim to retain the good reputation that the hospital has succeeded to maintain throughout the years.

Hospitals in Brisbane
New services were also added: Gynecology, IVF, and Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs, Orthopedics, Urology, ENT and Oncology.

The hospital also has its specialist center such as the Sports Medicine Center which includes a gymnasium and the Queensland Diagnostic Imaging

which includes Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), ultrasound, nuclear medicine, digital subtraction angiography, X-ray and computerized tomography.

St. Andrew's War Memorial Hospital has been established by the Presbyterian and Uniting Churches on May 1958. It is bounded by North Street,

Wickham Terrace, Boundary and Bradley Street. This hospital specializes in advanced surgical and general medical care and includes an Intensive

Care Unit, Coronary Care Unit, Day Surgery Unit and Endoscopy Center. The hospital's main services include the following: vascular surgery,

hematology and oncology, cardiology, pediatrics and pediatric surgery, oral and maxillofacial, gynecology, neuroscience, ophthalmology, plastic

surgery and rehabilitation among others. They also include massage therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, diabetes education, exercise education and nutrition assessment and education in its pool of services. St. Andrew’s philosophy is centered on providing the best possible care they could offer to their customers through first class treatment and a focus on technological advancement and new approaches in getting the best in healthcare.

Queensland Eye Hospital in Spring Hill is definitely the most specialized in this list of hospitals. Initially known as the Queensland Eye Center when it was established in 1997 by 19 Brisbane ophthalmologists, the hospital has become the largest stand-alone ophthalmic hospital in Australia. The hospital is

also accepting patients from overseas, just reflecting how highly-skilled and trusted the ophthalmologists in the hospital are. QEH boasts its operating rooms which are equipped with the latest equipment in eye surgery, assuring each patient a comfortably safe treatment. Among QEH's services are

corneal transplantations, glaucoma surgery, orbital surgery, lacrimal surgery, cataract surgery, cosmetic surgery, refractive surgery, oculoplastic surgery, pterygium excision, argon laser procedures and eyelid surgery. They have also introduced the first Intraocular Contact Lens surgery.