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What we are working on is gathering all logos and a paragraph of each hospital and funeral home.


Calvary enjoys a reputation in the Canberra community for exemplary care. Services include a busy Emergency Department, an Intensive and Coronary Care Unit, medical and surgical wards, a Maternity Unit, a voluntary psychiatric ward, and ambulatory care and outreach facilities and services.

The Canberra Hospital Foundation launched in 2011 and assists the Canberra Hospital to provide exceptional clinical care for Canberra and surrounding regions. The Foundation raises funds for equipment, research and to enhance facilities for patient and family centred care.

Through these efforts, the Canberra Hospital Foundation supports Canberra Hospital to achieve its vision of providing a caring, world-class health and healing service for patients. 

Guardian Funerals has been offering families in the local communities of New South Wales a quality service with individual care and attention for over 50 years. We are a network of Australian funeral service providers with locations ranging from the Sydney metropolitan area to Newcastle, Wollongong, Canberra and other locations in NSW and ACT.

Community Support

Guardian's funeral directors support a wide range of community organisations and programs across NSW and the ACT. You can find out more about the programs we support, as well as how to reach us if you know of a community program you think we'd be interested in becoming involved with.

Logan Hospital

Logan Hospital is the major health centre for one of the fastest growing regions in the state. They provide acute medical, surgical, rehabilitation, maternity, cardiology, orthopaedics, renal and other specialty services for children and adults.

St Vincent's Hospital

St Vincent’s Brisbane is a 164 bed private Catholic not-for-profit hospital specialising in medical care for those with chronic, complex and multiple health needs.

St Vincent’s care for up to 4,000 patients annually and provide specialist community palliative care to a further 600 patients in their homes. They employ up to 350 medical, nursing, allied health and support services staff and receive support from a volunteer team who generously donate many hours supporting our patients, visitors and staff.

Townsville Hospital - SCN/NICU

Neonatal intensive and special care for ill babies with medical and surgical problems is provided through our neonatal unit. The neonatal unit aims to provide family centered care by providing parents with optimal opportunities to promote and support their infant throughout the hospital stay in partnership with the neonatal multidisciplinary team.  Redevelopment is currently underway to upgrade the unit’s size and provide a more comfortable family friendly environment. 

The neonatal unit provides level 6 tertiary care and operates a neonatal retrieval service for Northern Queensland. The neonatal unit is comprised of staff from numerous professional streams who are dedicated to working toward optimal outcomes for babies and their families. All high risk graduates from the neonatal unit are followed up by a multidisciplinary growth and development team.

Townsville Hospital - Birthing Suite

The Townsville Birth Centre at The Townsville Hospital offers care in a home-like environment where you can give birth in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, supported by family and friends.  Your care will be provided by a single, known midwife and/or a small number of known midwives.  This type of maternity care is known as caseload midwifery.  Each midwife has a number of women with whom they work in partnership throughout the pregnancy, labour and birth and in the early period after the baby is born.

If your pregnancy is considered to have no identified risk factors, you may consider birth centre care.  Should complications arise during your pregnancy, your care can be provided in collaboration with obstetricians.

Neonatial Intensive & Special Care

Neonatal intensive and special care for ill babies with medical and surgical problems is provided through our neonatal unit. The neonatal unit aims to provide family centered care by providing parents with optimal opportunities to promote and support their infant throughout the hospital stay in partnership with the neonatal multidisciplinary team.  Redevelopment is currently underway to upgrade the unit’s size and provide a more comfortable family friendly environment. 

The neonatal unit provides level 6 tertiary care and operates a neonatal retrieval service for Northern Queensland. The neonatal unit is comprised of staff from numerous professional streams who are dedicated to working toward optimal outcomes for babies and their families. All high risk graduates from the neonatal unit are followed up by a multidisciplinary growth and development team.

Townsville Hospital - Maternity Ward

The Maternity Ward/Women's Unit provides both inpatient and outpatient, postnatal women and women undergoing Gynaecology procedures within the Local Townsville District and on a broader scale a Level 3 or Tertiary service to North Queensland north from Sarina to Thursday Island.

The Maternity Staff believe that every mother, infant and family is entitled to receive the highest possible standard of care available. Meeting changing health care needs can be achieved by high quality midwifery care, which has been negotiated with informed choice by the mother and within a partnership between Mother and Midwife, to meet the biological, psychosocial and spiritual needs of the mothers and their families. We believe that by assisting to provide the necessary education, knowledge and skills required for mother-crafting and parenting, the family will be more able to care for their new baby with confidence, upon their return home.

Whether care is offered in the home or hospital, we believe it is every parent's right to participate in the decision making process relating to their health care to ensure an informed choice. We believe parents are entitled to receive Women-Centred Maternity Care, delivered in a manner that is creative, empowering, flexible and supportive.

Toowoomba Base Hospital

Toowoomba Base Hospital is a government operated public hospital with over 320 beds and is part of the Darling Downs and West Moreton Health Service District. The hospital is a major referral hospital for the Darling Downs, South Burnett and South West Queensland.

Hospital services: Ambulatory Care (including Emergency Department, Specialist Outpatient Services, Day Procedures Unit Dialysis and Oncology services) Acute Inpatient Care including Medical, Surgical, Orthopaedic, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Special Care Nursery Intensive and Coronary Care Theatre Rehabilitation Care including Slow Stream Rehabilitation Aged Care and Palliative Care.

The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital at Buderim is a not-for-profit organisation owned by the Uniting Church and is a member of UnitingCare Health, which includes The Wesley Hospital in Brisbane, St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital Brisbane and St Stephen’s Hospitals at Maryborough and Hervey Bay.

As a not-for-profit facility, we are committed to reinvesting surplus funds for the development of the hospital, our services and our staff. This benefits the community by creating a hospital that uses leading edge technology and is staffed by leaders in their field.

We provide our patients with a wide range of services including Maternity, Intensive Care, Cardiovascular, Vascular, Obstetric and Gynecology, General Surgery, Cancer Care, Rehabilitation, Endoscopic Services and much more.

Calvary North Adelaide Hospital

One of Adelaide's leading health care providers, Calvary North Adelaide Hospital was established in 1900 by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary. An acute care 153 bed facility located in North Adelaide, the hospital provides an excellent standard of maternity, acute medical, surgical and oncology services along with the renowned Mary Potter Hospice Palliative Care Service. These services are supported by an intensive care, coronary care, high dependency unit, paediatric service with Level 2A nursery and Medical Officer on site 24 hours a day.

In May 2006 Little Company of Mary Health Care acquired Calvary Wakefield Hospital, Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital and Calvary Central Districts Hospital. Together with Calvary North Adelaide Hospital the group makes up the second largest private health care provider in South Australia - Calvary Health Care Adelaide. 

Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Adelaide

The Women's and Children's Hospital, located in North Adelaide's picturesque parklands, is a specialist facility for women's and children's health and is the leading provider of specialist care for children with acute and chronic conditions in South Australia, as well as the State's largest maternity and obstetric service. The Hospital forms part of the Women's and Children's Health Network, one of five health networks in South Australia.

The hospital also provides important community-based services and is highly regarded for research, teaching, policy and management.

As one of the State's major teaching hospitals, the hospital works with all three South Australian universities in the training of hundreds of health professionals each year.

Lyell McEwin Hospital, Adelaide

The Lyell McEwin Hospital (LMH) is a 385-bed acute care teaching hospital located in Adelaide, South Australia that provides a full range of medical, surgical, diagnostic, emergency and support services to a population of more than 300,000 people living primarily in Adelaide’s northern suburbs and nearby towns. It is affiliated with the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia.

One of the leading maternity hospitals in the state, LMH is the only hospital in South Australia providing new mothers and their babies the Mothercarer postnatal support service, and one of only two tertiary teaching hospitals in the state to receive Baby Friendly Health Initiative Accreditation according to World Health Organization guidelines.

Mount Gambier Private Hospital

Mount Gambier Private Hospital and Districts Health Service is part of the Lower South East Health Services and provides acute services ranging from in-hospital care by local general practitioners to specialist surgical, obstetric, paediatric and anaesthetic services delivered by medical consultants.

Wallaroo Hospital

Wallaroo Hospital and Health Services is part of the Yorke and Lower North Health Services. The hospital is a 21 bed complex and is located with a seven bed private hospital with inpatient care in general medicine for adults and children, as well as palliative care and includes acute surgical, medical and 24 hour emergency service. The hospital provides specialist outpatient services, maternity service through a midwifery team practice and has over 120 deliveries per year. 

Clare Hospital

Clare Hospital provides a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services to patients from Clare and surrounding communities including the Lower and Mid North areas.  Patients may commence their stay at Clare Hospital but finish their care at one of the neighbouring Hospitals with specialist medical or allied health input when required. All hospitals in the region work collaboratively to support the patient care needs.

Services provided are general medical and surgical care - including day surgery; emergency medical care/casualty; allied health services; community health; domiciliary care.

Jamestown Hospital

Jamestown Hospital and Health Service provides acute services ranging from in-hospital care for adults and children by local general practitioners to outpatients and aged care beds.

Patients may commence their stay at Jamestown Hospital and Health Service but finish their care at one of the neighbouring hospitals with specialist medical or allied health input when required. All hospitals in the region work collaboratively to support the patient care needs.

Port Pirie Hospital

Port Pirie Regional Health Service provides a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services to patients from Port Pirie and surrounding communities throughout the Southern Flinders and Mid North.

Services provided are general medical and surgical care - including day surgery; emergency medical care/casualty; allied health services; domiciliary care; and obstetrics/maternity services.

Gawler Health Service

Gawler Health Service provides a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services to patients from Gawler and surrounding communities including the Lower North and Barossa Valley.  They have two obstetrics and gynaecology specialists, a senior specialist doctor, and midwives ensuring 24-hour a day high-quality care. Women have a choice of special medical, midwife-only or GP shared care.  A community midwifery service assists women when they return home after the birth.

General medical and surgical care services include cardiology; chemotherapy; chronic disease management; day surgery facilities; endocrinology; gastroenterology; geriatric medicine; gynaecology; inpatient; obstetrics; outpatient; palliative care facilities; same day stays; surgery – general; visiting medical specialists.

 

Mareeba Hospital

Mareeba Hospital was first established in 1894 with the current facility opening in 1980; recent and planned redevelopment works include the refurbishment of West Ward in 2008 and planned upgrade of staff quarters.

The hospital is accredited under the Institute of Health Communities Australia Quality Improvement Council (QIC) Standards and Accreditation Program, and is recognized as an accredited Baby Friendly Facility.  The maternity unit offers an innovative midwifery led model of care with 24 hour Obstetric cover. The newly established Older Persons Evaluation, Rehabilitation and Assessment (OPERA) unit is a valuable addition to our service.

 

Mareeba Hospital

Mareeba Hospital was first established in 1894 with the current facility opening in 1980; recent and planned redevelopment works include the refurbishment of West Ward in 2008 and planned upgrade of staff quarters.

The hospital is accredited under the Institute of Health Communities Australia Quality Improvement Council (QIC) Standards and Accreditation Program, and is recognized as an accredited Baby Friendly Facility.  The maternity unit offers an innovative midwifery led model of care with 24 hour Obstetric cover. The newly established Older Persons Evaluation, Rehabilitation and Assessment (OPERA) unit is a valuable addition to our service.

 

Proserpine Hospital

Proserpine Hospital was built in 1939-1940 replacing an earlier timber hospital and is on the Queensland Heritage Register.

The hospital boasts a comprehensive list of outpatient clinics ranging from antenatal and midwifery clinics to diabetes, and orthopaedics. Surgeries from a variety of specialities such as, gynaecology, dental and orthopaedics are performed at Proserpine Hospital.

 

Redland Hospital

Redland Hospital is the major health centre for Redland City and Brisbane’s southern bayside suburbs. Redland Hospital is co-located with the 60-bed Mater Private Hospital Redland, the Redland Health Service Centre and Redland Residential Care.

The hospital provides care in a number of specialties including general medicine and surgery, cardiology, emergency medicine, obstetrics and gynaecology, orthopaedics, renal dialysis and paediatrics. It also provides a range of allied health and support services such as pharmacy, pathology and medical imaging.

In 2012, Redland Hospital completed a multi-million dollar expansion of our emergency department and paediatric service which included the creation of a dedicated paediatric emergency waiting and treatment area, an expanded emergency short stay unit, an expanded and refurbished paediatric ward, and a new paediatric ambulatory services wing as part of the Redland Health Service Centre.

 

Rockhampton Hospital

The Rockhampton Hospital site at The Range was established in 1867, and was the second site of a hospital in the city. However, none of the buildings from the 19th century survive. The present buildings of the hospital are from the 20th and 21st century. Two of the 20th century buildings are heritage listed

Rockhampton Base Hospital is the largest major hospital in Central Queensland, Australia. Operated by Queensland Health as a public hospital, the hospital offers a wide range of medical services to a population of about 230,000 throughout the Rockhampton, Gladstone, the Capricorn Coast and Emerald communities:

 

Mater Misericordiae Hospital Rockhampton

In 1882 the Rockhampton Congregation became a separate foundation of the Sisters of Mercy who extended their educational endeavours throughout Central Queensland in the early years of the century.  The beautiful heritage listed "Kenmore" was purchased by the Sisters of Mercy in 1915 and the Rockhampton Mater was opened. The Mater has been accredited with The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards since 1988. The hospital has 140 beds.  As the premier healthcare provider in Rockhampton, the Mater embodies the values of the Sisters of Mercy. Pastoral Care is an integral part of life at the Mater, and patients and staff are able to avail themselves of spiritual, emotional and social support when required.

The ongoing development of the Rockhampton Mater has been carefully designed and the layout of each room reflects the thought and attention to patient comfort. The Gladstone and Yeppoon Maters are managed by the Rockhampton Mater and allow patients to receive treatment close to home in the hope of ensuring a speedy recovery.

 

Royal Darwin Hospital

The first hospital of the settlement of Palmerston (later Darwin) was built in 1874.  The Royal Darwin Hospital now has approximately 363 beds and more than 1700 staff and provides a broad range of services in all speciality areas to the Darwin urban population as well as serving as a referral centre to the Top End of the Northern Territory, Western Australia and South-East Asia. The Top End population serviced by the hospital is approximately 150,000.  Royal Darwin Hospital is the largest teaching hospital in the Northern Territory and is also recognised as Australia's National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre. 

 

Royal Darwin Hospital

The first hospital of the settlement of Palmerston (later Darwin) was built in 1874.  The Royal Darwin Hospital now has approximately 363 beds and more than 1700 staff and provides a broad range of services in all speciality areas to the Darwin urban population as well as serving as a referral centre to the Top End of the Northern Territory, Western Australia and South-East Asia. The Top End population serviced by the hospital is approximately 150,000.  Royal Darwin Hospital is the largest teaching hospital in the Northern Territory and is also recognised as Australia's National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre. 

 

Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Brisbane

Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) is a 929 bed quaternary and tertiary referral teaching hospital located at the Herston site within Metro North Hospital and Health Service, close to the Brisbane CBD.

RBWH is the largest provider of health care services for Queensland Health. RBWH provides high quality care over a comprehensive range of specialties including medicine, surgery, orthopaedics, obstetrics, gynaecology, neonatal intensive care and trauma services