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Mercy Hospital for Women is a leading specialist hospital caring for women, babies and families. This innovative, tertiary women’s hospital specialises in maternity, gynaecology and neonatal services. It is one of only four neonatal intensive care units in metropolitan Melbourne and is an accredited Level 3 specialist teaching facility in obstetrics, gynaecology, oncology, neonatology and anaesthetics. Based in Heidelberg, only 12 kilometres from the city, Mercy Hospital for Women provides public and private care. Select the “Hospital Services” tab for services offered at Mercy Hospital for Women.
Mercy Hospital For Women is located near the corner of Burgundy Street and Studley, Road Heidelberg.(Melway map 31 K4)
163 Studley Road, Heidelberg Vic 3084 The hospital is located near the corner of Burgundy St and Studley Road Heidelberg. (Melway map 31 K4) View the Mercy Hospital for Women floor maps.
Visitors are welcome at Mercy Hospital for Women. We ask all visitors to respect visiting hours to give mothers and babies time to rest, to give all new mothers and fathers time to bond with their baby and spend time as a family; and to give our midwives time to provide care and education. We also ask that everyone respects other people on the ward.
The main entrance to the hospital opens at 6.00am and closes at 9.30pm. Outside of these hours you can use the Mercy Hospital for Women emergency entrance in Burgundy Street. Neonatal Special Care Nurseries: Parents can visit anytime. Family and friends can visit from 10.00am - 10.00pm. Ante/Postnatal Ward: Partners and children are able to visit any time from 8.00am - 9.30pm. Family and friends may visit between 2.00pm - 4.00pm and 6.00 - 8.00pm. Inpatient Gynaecology Ward: Family and friends may visit daily between 2:00pm - 3.30pm and 6.30pm - 8.00pm.
Please click here to make an enquiry using the Mercy Health contact us form.
20 February 2014
From a baby’s birth to a patient’s final days, Werribee Mercy Hospital has played a pivotal role in the lives of thousands of Melburnians.
Mercy Hospital for Women has conducted a Victorian-first procedure using three-dimensional image technology.
Mercy Hospital for Women is excited to introduce our Maternity Group Practice (MGP) midwives. The transition to MGP commenced on 18 November 2013 and will be fully implemented in February 2014.
at the Mercy Family Birth Centre.
Event: 10 February 2014
Mercy Health O’Connell Family Centre has been selected as a finalist in the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development’s 2013 Early Years Awards.
Mercy Hospital for Women’s Family Birth Centre will soon be implementing a model of care known as Maternity Group Practice. The Australian Nurses and Midwives Federation (ANMF) were consulted throughout the planning process and, last week, the model received an overwhelming ‘yes’ vote from midwives at Mercy Hospital for Women.
Event: 3 October 2013
Book now! Caroline Chisholm Centre for Health Ethics invites you to a one day conference 'Talking about end of life: bioethics and palliative care'.
Event: 27 August 2013
Dr Linda Mellors received the Emerging Leader Award at last night’s Catholic Health Australia awards dinner in Melbourne.
12 August 2013
GMHBA Health Insurance and the Rotary Club of Wyndham donate raised garden beds to Werribee Mercy Hospital’s psychiatric unit.
Event: 9 August 2013
New phone numbers for Werribee Mercy Hospital go live on 9 August 2013.
New Chair of Maternal Fetal Medicine Professor Sue Walker discusses her new role. Listen >
At Mercy Health we are always looking for talented people who want to work in a friendly and professional work environment.
Mercy Health Foundation secures philanthropic support and donations to enable the constant improvement of care.
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