Lake Macquarie Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Patient Services

PATIENT ACCOMMODATION

Patients are cared for in four modern fully equipped wards, with electric beds, a range of TV channels. Each ward has private and semi-private rooms. Each ward has a recreational area where TV, complimentary coffee and tea making facilities are available for patients and their visitors.

Scott Ward (1st Floor)

32 beds

Patient Case Mix:

  • Diagnostic and Interventional Vascular Surgery
  • Advanced Gut and Bowel Surgery
  • General Surgery including Laparoscopic procedures
  • Laparoscopic Banding for Morbid Obesity
  • Gynaecological Procedures
  • Breast Surgery

Cain Ward (1st Floor)

32 beds

Patient Case Mix:

  • Cardiac By-pass Surgery
  • Cardiac Catheterisation
  • Chest Surgery
  • Insertion of Pace Makers
  • Cardiology

Hill Ward (2nd Floor)

32 beds

Patient Case Mix:

  • Urology
  • Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Oncology
  • Medical

Williamson Ward (2nd Floor)

39 Private rooms.

Patient Case Mix:

  • Orthopaedic
  • Major Joint Replacements
  • Spinal Surgery
  • Shoulder Surgery
  • Foot Surgery
  • A full range of arthroscopic surgery

Day Oncology and Infusion Clinic

Lake Macquarie Specialist Medical Centre
1st Floor
6-8 Sydney Street
GATESHEAD NSW 2290
Phone: (02) 4947 5757
Fax: (02) 4947 5761

The Day Oncology Unit at Lake Macquarie Private Hospital provides a comfortable and supportive environment for you and your carers. We aim at all times to provide quality care with sensitivity and understanding to assist you throughout your treatment.

Lake Macquarie Day Oncology Unit hours of operation are Monday to Friday 8-00 – 5-00pm.

The staff of the Day Oncology Unit are available to assist you with any concerns you may have.

Car Parking
For you convenience free car parking is available at the rear of the Specialist Medical Centre or adjacent to this in the hospital car park.

Consultations
Prior to each chemotherapy treatment you will need to see your Oncologist one week before the treatment is due. You will need to ensure that you have made your next appointment to see your Oncologist, before you leave his surgery.

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