Update: The emergency department has permanently closed.
Home to the second-oldest healthcare facility in the State, Fremantle has undergone a massive transformation since the hospital first opened its doors in 1897.
Like the local population, Fremantle Hospital has significantly grown in size and for many years it has served as the major public hospital for Perth’s south, taking care of patients around the clock.
With infrastructure projects totalling more than $19 million underway, Fremantle Hospital is taking on a new role in the future of WA's health care delivery as Western Australia’s largest specialist hospital.
Ongoing upgrades to the existing building, scheduled until 2020, will ensure the right facilities are in place to enable Fremantle Hospital to concentrate on meeting the growing demand for elective surgery and services important to the local community.
- Geriatric and rehabilitation services
- Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
- General surgery
- Plastic surgery (hand procedures)
- Vascular surgery
- Orthopaedic surgery
- Anaesthesia and pain management services
- Ophthalmology surgery
- General medicine for inpatients and outpatients
- Endocrinology, including diabetes clinics
- Sexual health services
- Gastroenterology, including endoscopy
- Inpatient and community mental health services
- Rehabilitation services
- Ortho-geriatric rehabilitation
- Pathology services
- Radiology services
- Pharmacy services