St Joseph's Hospital
St Joseph's Hospital is a public hospital of St Vincent's Health Australia. St Joseph’s has a proud tradition of more than 100 years of providing quality health care in a compassionate and highly personalised atmosphere. The hospital provides inpatient, outpatient and community service, and is a centre of excellence in rehabilitation, mental health for older people, Huntington Disease and palliative care.
Responding to community need, St Vincent’s Health Australia have committed to the provision of shared services in Western Sydney, and as such St Joseph’s Hospital as a sister Hospital to St Vincent’s, guided by the same governance structure and strategic endeavours, is an extension of St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney’s care into the greater West.
2A Normanby Road, Auburn NSW
Tel: 02 9649 8941
Fax: 02 9649 7092
This facility does not have an Emergency Department. Click here to locate an Emergency Department within WSLHD
Daily Visiting Hours
• Medical & Aged Care Rehabilitation Units: 1:00pm to 8:00pm
• Aged Care Psychiatry & Neurosciences Unit: 10:00am to 8:00pm
• Palliative Care Unit: 7:45am - 1:00pm and 3:00pm - 8:00pm (1:00pm-3:00pm rest period)
The mission of St Joseph's Hospital is to work with unity of purpose, respect for the human dignity of all, and to treat all with compassion and justice. We commit to extending Christ's healing love by providing excellent health care in the areas of:
• Aged Care Assessment
• Mental Health for older people
• Huntington Disease
• Palliative Care
• Outpatient services
Chief Executive Officer
A/Professor Anthony Schembri
Acting Director of Nursing & Operations
How can you provide feedback?
We value all feedback from patients and families who use our services. This feedback can include Compliments, Suggestions or Complaints. You are able to provide feedback via the below:
Simply complete the online feedback form and we will be in touch.
You can email us at SJH.Feedback@svha.org.au
At the Hospital
You can pick up a feedback form from any of our wards and drop it into the feedback mail boxes located in the main foyer of the Hospital or on the ward. You can also give this form to a member of staff.
If you make a complaint
If your feedback is a complaint, you can speak directly to the Manager of the Unit, or the Patient Safety and Quality Manager. Your complaint either in person or by the online or available form at the hospital and will only be discussed with the people directly involved. Your details will be kept confidential.