Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
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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.

News at SCGH
Award recognition for excellence in care for asbestos victims
As We Are in partnership with the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital present an exhibition of rousing artworks from a select number of Western Australian artists who have an intellectual disability. 11 March – 20 April 2014  9am – 5pm daily.
Professor Philip Thompson, Consultant Respiratory Physician at SCGH  awarded The Society Medal
Contact Us SCGH Campus Map Click here to go to Google Maps
Poisons Information: Telephone 13 11 26 Click here to get information on the QEII Medical Centre Redevelopment Reconciliation Action Plan 2012-2015
SCGH acknowledges the Traditional Owners - the Noongar people - the custodians of the land on which we work. We pay respect to their Elders both past and present