​We offer acute and subacute hospital care, aged care, mental health programs, specialist women’s healthcare, early parenting services, palliative care, home and community care, and health worker training and development.SCN1
Maternity and Early Parenting Services
Maternity and Early Parenting Services  

Mercy Hospital for Women offers maternity services, neonatology and paediatrics, perioperative services, women’s health and information, associated health and support services, diagnostic services, a special care nursery and midwifery professorial unit. 

Mercy Health O’Connell Family Centre has a strong focus on infant health and development, family wellbeing and infant attachment. Our group education, day stay and residential programs enhance parenting skills and confidence. 

Werribee Mercy Hospital provides maternity and newborn care and has a special care nursery.
 

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Hospital, Clinical and Mental Health Services  

Werribee Mercy Hospital provides surgical, medical, renal dialysis, emergency, aged care, palliative care and community care services.

Mercy Mental Health is the clinical and residential mental health service for adults living in the south western region of Melbourne, particularly the Wyndham, Hobsons Bay and Maribyrnong area.

Well Women’s Clinic is a nurse-administered community service offering Pap test screening, breast health awareness education and general women’s health information. 
 

Residential Aged Care 
Residential Aged Care 

Mercy health has residential aged care facilities in Victoria, southern New South Wales, Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory. We offer low care, high care, dementia-specific care and independent living units.

We have built new facilities and are upgrading many of our existing facilities to meet the growing needs of our ageing population.
 

Home Care 
Home and Community Care  

Mercy Home & Community Care offers care and nursing services so people can live safely and independently at home. Care is provided to older people, people with a disability, people recovering from illness or surgery and their carers. This includes home care, personal care, home nursing, shopping and transport, socialising and companionship, overnight care, respite care, 24 hour live-in care. 

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Information for Health Professionals  

The GP Liaison Units work with all hospital departments to support and develop communication between general practice and the hospital. 
 

Education and Training >

We provide high-quality professional development and training opportunities for health care, home and community care and residential aged care workers. Read More.

Research >

Our clinical research projects aim to improve health outcomes for the communities we serve. Read More.

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