Sunnybank Private Hospital offers a wide range of medical services and our dynamic healthcare team is dedicated to anticipating the needs of our patients with a focus on best practice and patient outcomes.
Our multidisciplinary approach is provided by accredited physicians, our highly skilled friendly and caring nursing team, a 24hr onsite medical team and a broad range of ancillary services. Our specialist discharge planning team work closely with our patients and their families to develop the best treatment course for the patient during their hospital stay and for their recuperation once they have returned home. This may include referrals to rehabilitation, transitional care or home programs.
Our service provides a wide variety of holistic medical services including:
- Aged care placement support
- Capacity and cognitive assessment
- Chronic disease management
- Complex wound management
- Diabetic management
- Discharge planning
- General medical care
- Palliative care
- Podiatry (on request)
- Social work (on request).
In addition to Nursing and Medical Care, our multidisciplinary team includes:
- Discharge planner
- Occupational therapist
- Speech pathologists
- Therapy assistants
- Wound nurse.
Inpatient surgeryThe surgical unit is set up to maximise patient comfort and satisfaction through their stay, some of the luxuries patients will enjoy at Sunnybank Private Hospital include:
- Electric beds
- Daily Newspaper
- Digital TV with Foxtel channels
- Dedicated single nurse call system, integrated with television and light controls.
- Chef prepared meals
Please shower before coming into hospital, wear comfortable clothing and no jewellery.
All body piercings will need to be removed before surgery.
So that we can safely care for you during and after your anaesthetic, please do not wear make-up or nail polish.
It is very important that you strictly adhere to your fasting times as detailed by your doctor or the hospital.
Fasting also means no smoking, chewing gum or water.
If your child is having surgery, please ensure they observe the fasting time.
Unless otherwise instructed by your surgeon or the hospital, take your normal morning medication with a sip of water prior to your admission.
If you are diabetic we will advise you about your diabetic medication the afternoon before surgery.
If you take blood thinning medication, i.e. Aspirin, Warfarin, or Fish Oil, please seek instruction from your surgeon.
- Personal toiletry articles, including soap
- Sleepwear, dressing gown and slippers
- Any mobility aides that you use
- Current X-Rays & Scans
- Current medications in their original labeled bottles or packets dispensed from your chemist, including inhalers (puffers).
Valuables – please do not bring valuables into hospital with you.
While every effort is made to keep your belongings safe, no responsibility can be taken by the hospital for the loss of any valuables.