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Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) is one of Australia 's leading teaching tertiary hospitals. The Hospital has over 600 beds and employs approximately 5,500 staff who treat over 420,000 patients every year.

Located at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre 4km from Perth city centre, SCGH provides a comprehensive range of clinical services including trauma, emergency and critical care, orthopaedics, general medicine, general surgery and cardiac care.  It is home to WA's only comprehensive cancer centre - the largest cancer treatment centre in the State - and is the state's principal hospital for neurosurgery and liver transplants.

SCGH has an international reputation for ground-breaking medical research and is home to Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2005 for his groundbreaking work demonstrating that stomach ulcers are caused by bacteria and not stress.

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until our numbers change

On Saturday 6 August 2016, all phone and fax numbers at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) using the number prefixes of 9346 **** or 9287 6*** will change to 6457 ****. The new SCGH board number will be 6457 3333.

For three months after changeover, existing phone and fax numbers will be automatically diverted to the 6457**** numbers. However, we request that you make a note of the changed numbers and only use the new numbers from 6 August onwards, as the old numbers will eventually be switched off.

To know more about the changes or for further information please contact pabx.project@health.wa.gov.au.

For more information click here

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