For Visitors

Welcome to Waratah Private Hospital

If you are family or a close friend of one of the people in our care, please find all the information you need to know about visiting below.

Welcome to Waratah Private Hospital

Your family or friend’s journey with us

Take a look at our patient journey to see how your loved one will be cared for by us during their stay.

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Visitor Information

Visitors are permitted to attend the hospital provided they:

– Have not tested positive to COVID-19 within the last 7 days
– Do not have COVID-19 symptoms
– Are not a high-risk contact of someone who has COVID-19 in the last 14 days.

Visitor Information

Café Santé

Our services and facilities continue to expand at Waratah Private Hospital with our café restaurant, Café Santé serving a premium quality café experience to our patients, visiting medical officers, staff and visitors.

Café Santé

Parking at Waratah Private

Waratah Private’s landmark hospital facility sits on 8-levels of secure and security monitored underground car parking, providing our patients access to over 250 car spots.

Parking at Waratah Private

Frequently asked questions

Can I bring food and drink for the person I’m visiting?

Please speak to a member of the team looking after the person you are visiting as there may be restrictions based on their individual needs.

In line with NSW Health recommendations, Waratah Private will allow up to two designated visitors per patient effective from 22/02/2022.

Visitors will be permitted to visit if they comply to NSW Health recommendations as outlined:

  • Have an up to date record of a recognised vaccine
  • Have not tested positive to COVID-19 within the last 7 days
  • Are not a high-risk contact of someone who has COVID-19 in the previous 14 days
  • Do not have COVID-19 symptoms
  • Have not returned from overseas in the past 7 days
  • Wear a surgical mask correctly on entry and for the duration of the visit.

Patients being admitted for surgery cannot have a visitor wait with them as we are unable to meet the social distancing requirements.

Parents are encouraged to stay with their child at all times when in our hospital and if the child is required to stay overnight, it is mandatory that a parent stay overnight.  A sofa bed will be provided within the room for your comfort.

Carers and loved ones wishing to stay overnight due to end of life care can discuss their individual circumstances with the Nurse Unit Manager of the ward.


You are welcome to telephone our reception staff prior to arriving or speak to our reception team upon entering the hospital who can direct you to the right area.

Yes, all our patient rooms have telephones next to their bed.  You may call the hospital reception who can transfer your call or speak to the ward staff when visiting and they can provide you with the direct number.