Austin Health comprises the Austin Hospital, Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital and the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre.
Austin Health operates 980 beds across acute, sub-acute and mental health with an annual operating budget of more than $700 million.
Austin Health is an internationally recognised leader in clinical teaching and training, affiliated with eight universities. In addition, it is the largest Victorian provider of training for specialist physicians and surgeons.
During 2017-18, Austin Health completed 114,940 inpatient admissions, 87,556 emergency attendances, and 28,099 surgical procedures. Our researchers undertook 294 clinical trials.
Austin Health is renowned for its specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation including a number of state-wide services:
Austin LifeSciences brings together internationally-renowned research institutes and over 800 Austin Health researchers, with a focus on cancer, diabetes, respiratory disease, liver disease, heart disease, stroke, epilepsy and psychiatry.
The Austin Health research institutions include:
External research funding to Austin Health is over $20 million per annum.
The Austin Hospital features:
The Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre opened in July 2013.
Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital
The Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital has a proud history of caring for veterans and war widows. Originally built in 1941, the hospital became part of Austin Health in 1995.
Today the Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital continues to treat veterans and war widows and the wider community with day surgery, palliative care, mental health services, aged care, and a range of outpatient services.
With the opening of four additional operating theatres at the Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital in 2013, it now fills a substantial elective surgery role.
The Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre is a specialist provider of intensive rehabilitation programs, providing a comprehensive and coordinated range of medical, nursing, therapy and support services to people with a wide range of disabilities.
Areas of specialty include acquired brain injury rehabilitation, amputee rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation, spinal cord injury rehabilitation, orthopaedic rehabilitation and orthotic and prosthetic services.
Services are provided on an inpatient and day patient basis.
Shaping the future through exceptional care, discovery and learning.
Our values guide our behaviour.
Our actions show we care - We are inclusive and considerate. We appreciate one another, always listening and interacting with compassion.
Together we achieve - Our culture of collaboration means we work openly with our people, our community and beyond to achieve great outcomes.
We bring our best - We are guided by the needs of our patients, bringing commitment, integrity and energy to everything we do. We are passionate about delivering excellence.
We shape the future - Through research, education and learning we innovate, exploring new opportunities that will change healthcare for the better.