We offer private, twin shared and multi-shared rooms. All private and most of the twin-shared rooms
have en-suite facilities. Every effort will be made to provide you with the accommodation you request; however this may not always be possible if the room has been allocated.
What to bring with you
- Any medication you are currently taking
- X-rays relevant to this hospitalisation
- Physical aids that you may be using
- Sleepwear, dressing gown, slippers
- Day wear as required for travelling to any treatments (e.g. radiotherapy)
- Personal toiletries such as toothbrush, toothpaste, tissues etc.
- Personal items of comfort
- Cheque book or credit card
- And of course, any books or other leisure activity materials of your choice
What not to bring
Whilst every care is taken, we cannot accept any responsibility for items brought to the hospital. Therefore we strongly recommend that you do not bring jewellery, other valuables or large amounts of cash.
Understanding Your Treatment
You are entitled to a concise, clear and understandable explanation of your care. Do not hesitate to
ask your doctor for any information, even if it means asking the same question several times, until
you feel that you understand. There’s no point in worrying unnecessarily – just because you don’t
understand what is happening. Feel free to ask the Registered Nurse looking after you to contact any person with whom you would like to discuss a problem or your treatment.
Breakfast 08.00 am
Morning Tea 10.30 am
Lunch 12.30 pm
Afternoon Tea 02.30 pm
Dinner 06.00 pm
Supper 07.30 pm
Our dietician visits the hospital regularly. The dietician is also available for individual consultation if
required. For some services, a separate fee may be charged.