Peninsula Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

History

Peninsula Private Hospital was established in 1976 as a 75 bed Medical / Surgical hospital not far from its present location. In August of 1999 the hospital was relocated to a 140 bed purpose built facility which was one of the most advanced facilities of its kind. Since that time many enhancements and expansions have been undertaken;

  • Commenced chemotherapy services in March 2000

  • Commenced Coronary Services in August 2000

  • Increased from 4 to 5 operating theatres in January 2002

  • Installed and commissioned a Cardiac Angiography Suite in February 2003

  • Expanded our Coronary Care capacity from 8 beds to 16 beds in August 2004

  • Major building project undertaken incorporating additional Medical Consulting Suites (total of 10 permanent and 3 sessional), expanded on-site Pathology services and a dedicated 7 bed/chair Chemotherapy Unit and completed in March 2005

  • Variation to the Registration of the number of beds with the Department of Human Services from 140 (120 overnight and 20 day beds) to 155 beds (124 overnight, 31 day beds/chairs and 6 neonatal cots) in September 2008

  • Cardiac Day Procedure Unit was commissioned in May 2008

  • October 2012
    • Intensive Care Unit
    • Additional operating theatre
    • New ward block
    • Introduction of open heart surgery
  • April 2015
    • The first purpose built hybrid operating theatre on the Mornington Peninsula.
  • August 2016
    • 14 bay emergency department
    • 60 new private inpatient beds
    • New main entrance and reception
  • September 2016
    • 24hr Ramsay Pharmacy

Peninsula Private continues to respond to the needs of the community and enjoy a reputation for excellence in the vibrant and growing catchment of Frankston, the Mornington Peninsula and Bayside areas.

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