Warringal Private Hospital
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Fight Club
Aug 20, 2016
When Steven Jones-Evans was diagnosed with bladder cancer, the prognosis was grim. His only hope was new – and expensive – immunotherapy.
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With permission from The Sydney Morning Herald


New world class theatres now open
Oct 13, 2014
Warringal Private Hospital is delighted to announce the opening of new world class theatres at the hospital with the first operations performed in the new theatres on Monday 13th October.


Warringal Private Hospital Redevelopment
Mar 27, 2014
Warringal Private Hospital’s Redevelopment which started May 1 2013 is well underway and progressing on schedule and will see the hospital expand to 215 beds and a total of 11 operating theatres.


First sod turns on $56 million redevelopment at Warringal Private
Apr 30, 2013
Construction on Warringal Private Hospital’s $56 million expansion and redevelopment commences today (Tuesday, 30 April 2013) with the turning of the sod at the hospital, located in Heidelberg, Victoria. Victorian Health Minister David Davis, joined Ramsay Health Care Managing Director Chris Rex, Warringal Hospital CEO Graham Clarke, and Mayor of Banyule Council Cr Wayne Phillips, to mark the start of the development of a state-of-the-art medical facility. The project, funded by Ramsay Health Care, will see the hospital grow to a 215-bed facility and more than double its number of operating theatres.


Warringal Private Hospital Wig Bank – Call for Volunteers
Apr 30, 2013
Wigs@warringal is a community wig bank, proudly offered by Warringal Private Hospital, for patients who have lost their hair from chemotherapy. The Wig Bank is located within the new Day Oncology centre at 8 Martin Street Heidelberg. We are looking for volunteers from the community to be part of the wig bank, as well as a wig bank coordinator.


Green Light for Warringal Expansion

A $54 million dollar redevelopment and expansion of Warringal Private Hospital in Heidelberg Victoria, which will see the hospital grow to a 205 bed facility with 10 operating theatres, will commence in March 2013. The long-awaited redevelopment, which will include 64 new private single rooms with ensuites, five new operating theatres and 170 additional car spaces, is expected to be completed in 19 months from commencement of construction, opening in late 2014.