Macquarie University Hospital
Macquarie University Hospital is Australia’s first private not-for-profit teaching hospital on a university campus. Located on the leafy grounds of Macquarie University, they are owned and operated by this leading tertiary institution.
Modelled on renowned international university hospitals, and backed by the power of proven university research and education resources, Macquarie University Hospital is redefining hospital excellence by combining the best available knowledge and expertise to ensure patients receive a comprehensive and integrated service, as well as the utmost compassion, support and care.
As well as featuring the very latest technology, much of it unavailable anywhere else in the country, the stunning 152-bed facility incorporates the very latest design principles, as they recognise the therapeutic role the healthcare environment plays for patients, visitors and staff.
Macquarie University Hospital are conveniently located at the heart of a large and integrated medical precinct. Collocated next to the Macquarie University Clinic, and the University’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, this integrated network means that patients benefit from the collaboration of specialists and researchers. Patients also benefit from the convenience of traveling to one location for all their treatment.
As an academic hospital, our health professionals are committed to a culture of continuous improvement through teaching and research.