​The Werribee Mercy Psychiatric Unit (WMPU) works hand in hand with partners in the community to provide inpatient care for patients who are experiencng acute episodes of mental illness. WMPU caters for those who cannot be safely cared for at home, or in a less restrictive community setting.

Our dedicated and experienced nursing, medical and allied health professionals work as a multi-disciplinary team to assist patients in their recovery.

Situated in Werribee, the WMPU admissions are available to those who reside in the City of Maribyrnong areas, Hobsons' Bay and Wyndham.

The WMPU currently has capacity for 29 patients, and will shorty be redeveloped into a state of the art 50 bed, (plus 4 short stay bed) facility to cater for population growth, and increased demand. Completion is expected in mid-2016.

Visitor information

Visitors are welcome and are asked to inform reception or nursing staff when they arrive and leave. Please comply with list of prohibited items at reception.

 Visiting hours:

Weekday - 3.30pm - 8.00pm

Weekends and Public Holidays - 9.30am - 8.00pm

Out-of-hours visting options can be discussed with a member of our nursing staff.

Contact and transport information

​Phone (24 hours): (03) 8754 3560 ​
Referrals for inpatient care: 1300 657 259
Address: 298 Princes Highway, Werribee, VIC 3030 ​

Car-parking: On-site parking available (parking fees apply).

(Free off-site parking may also be available in surrounding public roads)

Public ​Transport:

​Train: Hoppers Crossing Railway Station is across the road from the facility, and Werribee Railway Station is only 5 kms away.

​Bus: Route 446 stops outside the hospital.

**NOTE: No patient transport is provided unless being transported to hospital for admission or for inpatients having external appointments requested by our clinicians.

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