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.
Take a look at our patient journey to see how your loved one will be cared for by us during their stay.
In light of the NSW Government lockdown, all visiting has been suspended. Managerial discretion will be provided during end of life care.
The following information is not applicable at this time:
If you would like to visit someone staying at Waratah Private Hospital, you are welcome between 3:00pm and 8:00pm and outside these hours by arrangement.
Please make sure the person you are visiting would like you to visit before you arrive.
You can order a meal through our reception team and complimentary tea and coffee is available in the reception foyer.
We do ask that you show courtesy to other people in our care by reducing the number of visitors at any one time to reduce noise on our wards.
In light of the NSW Government COVID-19 lockdown, Café Santé is currently closed.
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.
In Light of the NSW Government COVID-19 lockdown, the car park is currently closed.
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.
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 Light of the NSW Government COVID-19 lockdown, all visiting has been suspended. Managerial discretion will be provided during end of life care.
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.