Abbotsford Private Hospital is based in West Leederville, Perth. Our heritage-style building was first built in the early 1900s and was originally used as one of Perth’s first maternity hospitals. A recent renovation saw the hospital grow from 18 to 30 inpatient beds and a brand new day facility was added.
We maintained the exterior facade, which features spacious wood decking, wraparound verandahs and stained glass doorways, while refurbishing the interior. This has provided an excellent new environment for our day programs, with air-conditioned, comfortable and discrete surroundings.
Private inpatient rooms, each with ensuite, offer home-like comfort. Rooms and living areas have been built around a central, tranquil garden courtyard with water features, landscaping and sensor lighting. The courtyard can be used by patients throughout their treatment.
Three group therapy rooms and a dedicated art room are also available.
We have the capacity to treat up to 40 patients in our group and day facilities, and can host 30 inpatients.
There is ample paid parking facilities directly opposite the hospital and we are easily accessible via public transport.
To complement Abbotsford’s treatment programs in metropolitan Perth, we also offer a regional facility, nestled in a serene rural setting in the South West of WA. Find out more about Blackwood River Clinic here.
Abbotsford Private Hospital does not have emergency services. The nearest emergency facility is the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Nedlands. People in urgent need should contact their treating doctor or call 000 in the case of an emergency.
Our facilities provide a comfortable, relaxed and discreet environment for both inpatients and day patients.