Once a elegant residence and guest house, Holroyd Private Hospital (formally Guildford Heights Private Hospital), was converted into a hospital in 1961. Independent Private Hospitals of Australia purchased the hospital in August 1994, upgraded the facility and changed the name to Holroyd Private Hospital.
A multi-million rebuilding program that took almost a year to achieve the current high standard facility seen today.
The Hospital has a purpose-built Day Surgery Unit; 3 Operating Theatres; 8 bed Recovery Unit and 37 bed medical/surgical ward including 4 bed High Dependency Unit (HDU) which offer the highest medical standards and outstanding personalised patient care.
Holroyd Private Hospital is committed to customer service and has implemented a comprehensive Total Quality Management Program that ensures our facility is continuously improved to provide a high standard of care.
The Hospital will grow by responding to your concerns. We all want to meet and exceed your expectations as a guest in our hospital. Should you have any concerns about your care at the hospital, we would welcome and appreciate your time and effort to tell us.
The hospital is well equipped to perform many types of surgical procedures including:
- Ear Nose and Throat
- Plastic Surgery
- General Surgery (including Lap Banding)
- Urology and Endoscopy
One fully equipped theatre is dedicated to ophthalmic surgery.
In addition we offer medical onsite Radiology and Pathology services.
Visiting hours are between 10am and 8pm daily, though should you need to visit outside of these times we ask that this be arranged with the Nurse in Charge. Visitors are asked to report to the Nurses Station prior to entering patient’s rooms.
Long visits often tire patients. We recommend that visitors stay for short periods only. Patients can request nursing staff to restrict the number of visitors and the duration of visits.
Visitors and children suffering from colds, flue and other contagious ailments are advised not to visit the hospital.
A cold drink and snack machine is located in the Visitors’ Waiting Room which includes a tea and coffee making facility.