Welcome to Epworth Geelong
Take a guided tour through our brand new hospital, view the facilities and meet the friendly staff at Epworth Geelong.
Experience a personal behind-the-scenes view of our spacious private rooms, emergency department, hydrotherapy pool, operating theatres, treatment centres and more.
We’re part of the local community
Most of our staff and specialists at Epworth Geelong are based in the Greater Geelong region.
Planning for the future
Epworth Geelong is designed with the future in mind, accommodating room to grow and expand alongside the Greater Geelong community. Our partnership with Deakin University attracts new specialists to the area, fostering quality education and research.
Taking care of our patients
Epworth Geelong looks after all our patients with compassion and dignity. Delivering genuine, patient-centered care is at the core of all Epworth’s services.
At Epworth Geelong, we care for most medical emergencies and medical conditions supported by excellent staff and medical technology.
Our patient rooms are private, with dedicated ensuites and light-filled views of the surrounding landscape. Freshly-prepared à la carte meals are delivered at a time that suits you. Bedside internet is provided through our Point of Care technology – offering audio books, video-on-demand, and your personal patient data.
Epworth Nephrologist, Professor Ian Fraser welcomed the Hon. Greg Hunt, Minister for Health, to Epworth Richmond on Thursday 20 December 2018 for the Federal government announcement of the drug Tolvaptan (Brand name Jinarc) being put on the PBS.
Arthritis can pose some challenges to everyday activities however, it’s important to learn how to manage the symptoms to continue to live a fulfilling life.
We’ve got some tips and tasty alternatives to plain water that are perfect for any celebrations during the warmer months!
Heading to the Australian Open is an annual summer treat for people from all over the world. It’s a chance to see some legends in action while taking it easy for hours on end, glued to our seats as a small ball is belted across a net.
With the weather warming up, it can be a challenging time keeping cool if you’re pregnant or have a new baby at home.
There are lots of ways, however, you can help to make both you and your baby more comfortable on hot days.