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    Visitors are welcome at Mercy Hospital for Women. Women and babies cared for at the hospital need rest and privacy, so we ask that you only visit during these hours. Children are most welcome, and for the consideration of all patients, must be supervised at all times. 

    Hospital Visiting & Opening Hours

    The main entrance to the hospital opens at 6.00am and closes at 9.30pm. Outside of these hours you can use the Mercy Hospital for Women emergency entrance in Burgundy Street.

    Neonatal Special Care Nurseries: Family and friends may visit from 10.00am – 10.00 pm. Parents can visit anytime.

    Ante/postnatal Ward: Family and friends may visit daily between 1 – 3pm and 6 – 8pm. Partners and children are able to visit anytime from 8 am – 9.30 pm.

    Inpatient Gynaecology Ward: Family and friends may visit daily between 2:00 – 3.30 pm and 6.30 – 8.00 pm.
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    Werribee Mercy Hospital 

    Hospital Opening Hours

            • Emergency Department: 24 hours – seven days a week
    • Reception: Monday - Friday: 7.00am – 8.00pm
    • Weekends & Public Holidays: 12.30pm – 8.00pm
    • Emergency Department: 24 hours – seven days a week
    • Day Procedure Admissions: Monday – Friday: 7.00am – 8.00pm
    • Physiotherapy: Monday – Friday: 8.00am – 4.30pm
    • MIA (X-ray): Monday – Saturday: 8.00am – 8.00pm
    • Consulting Suites: Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm              


    Hospital Visiting Hours

    General Wards: 2.00pm – 8.00pm
    Maternity Wards: 2.30pm – 4.00pm and 6.30pm – 8.00pm                  

    Please note that visiting is discouraged during mornings, apart from in exceptional circumstances. Children are most welcome, and for the consideration of all patients, must be supervised at all times.                  

    • Psychiatric Unit: 3.30 – 8.00pm
    • Mother Baby Unit: 4.00 – 8.00pm

     
    Mercy Mental Health Psychiatric Unit

    Visitors are asked to inform reception or nursing staff when they arrive and leave. Out-of-hours visiting can be negotiated with the staff.

    At the reception desk there is a list of items that cannot be brought into the unit. Please note, this is a totally smoke free site (buildings, grounds and car parks).

    Hospital Visiting Hours

    Weekdays: 3.30pm-8.00pm
    Weekends: 9.30am-8.00pm 

  • Mercy Mental Health Mother Baby Unit                      

    Visitors are asked to inform reception or nursing staff when they arrive and leave. Out-of-hours visiting can be negotiated with the staff.
    Please note, this is a totally smoke free site (buildings, grounds and car parks).
    Mother Baby Unit Visiting Hours: 4.00pm-8.00pm

  • Mercy Mental Health Wyndham Clinic                      

  • Mercy Mental Health Wyndham Clinic is a non-residential facility.

  • Mercy Mental Health Saltwater Clinic                      

    Mercy Health Saltwater Clinic is a non-residential facility.  

  • Mercy Mental Health PRAC                

    Visitors are asked to inform reception staff when they arrive and leave.
    Burnside PARC Visiting Hours: 10am - 8.30pm

  • Mercy Mental Health Community Care Units

    Families and carers are encouraged to participate in an individual’s recovery process.
    Information on health management, treatment progress, medication and associated side effects can be made available.
    Families are encouraged to visit and weekend leave is available. However, mid-week leave is discouraged (other than in exceptional circumstances) to give people the best chance to benefit from the program.

  • Mercy Health O'Connell Family Centre                      

    Mercy Health O'Connell Family Centre is completely smoke free, including all buildings and grounds.

    There is free parking on site.

  • The Well Women's Clinic is a non-residential facility.

  • PANCH Clinic

    The Mercy Health PANCH Outpatient's Clinic is a non-residential facility.

    Mercy Palliative Care
    Mercy Health Palliative Care works with the Royal District Nursing Service to provide community based palliative care in the patient's place of residence.

    Mercy Health Lymphoedema Clinics
    Mercy Health's Lymphoedema Clinics are non-residential.

    Mercy Health Albury
    Albury Mercy Care Centre is a non-residential facility that works closely with Mercy Place Albury.

  • Mercy Care Centre Young is a non-residential facility that works closely with Mercy Place Mount St Joseph's.

                         

     

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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