St Vincent’s Hospital is one of five A1 tertiary hospitals in Melbourne. The Hospital provides general medical and surgical, specialist medical and surgical, state-wide services, extensive training and research and operates an area mental health service for northern and eastern corridors. The facility has extensive networks in rural and regional Victoria and is a major provider of correctional health services. St Vincent’s Hospital owns and operates a private pathology network, private radiology services, general practice services, dialysis and breast screen satellite site.
St Vincent's Hospital Sydney is a full service acute teaching public hospital, with significant training and research activities and centres of excellence in heart and lung transplantation, bone marrow transplantation, cardiology, cancer, acquired immune deficiency syndrome/HIV, respiratory medicine, mental health and drug and alcohol services.
A publicly funded sub acute facility, co-located with St Vincent’s Hospital, Sacred Heart Health Service is one of Australia’s largest and leading palliative care and rehabilitation providers and offers inpatient and outpatient services. It also incorporates the Cunningham Centre for Palliative Care: an academic centre that offers palliative care professional development opportunities and research in medicine, nursing and allied health.
A publicly funded sub acute facility, St Joseph’s Hospital is a major public hospital in western Sydney with core services in palliative care, medical rehabilitation, aged care and aged care psychiatry, support groups and outreach programs.