Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals (BMDH) are administered as a single hospital on two sites. It is one of the largest hospitals in Australia.
Every day brings new challenges at BMDH. Every day, hundreds of residents from the Blacktown and Mount Druitt local community attend the hospital for life-saving treatment.
Every day, lives hang in the balance as patients, families and staff battle the most complex illnesses. Every day, the brightest minds come together to achieve great patient outcomes. You can be a part of that success.
Blacktown and Mount Druitt hospitals are undergoing a multimillion-dollar redevelopment to meet the growing needs of the community. The Hospital needs your support now more than ever.
Blacktown Hospital provides a 24-hour emergency service, intensive and high dependency care, sub-specialty acute medical and surgical care, obstetrics and newborn care and sub-acute rehabilitation.
In 2017-18, Blacktown hospital had 46,767 Emergency Department presentations, 3,269 births in hospital and completed 9,379 surgeries.
Mount Druitt Hospital offers 24-hour emergency care, and a district-wide role in the provision of planned surgery, with a high proportion of general, orthopaedic and breast surgery. It has the highest volume of paediatric emergency and medicine attendances of any facility in Western Sydney.
In 2017-18, Mount Druitt hospital had 32,410 Emergency Department presentations with 3,655 ambulance visits and undertook 4,737 surgeries.
Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals are public hospitals owned and operated by the NSW Government. The NSW Department of Health has responsibility for health matters in NSW. The administration of public hospitals and community health is undertaken by Local Health District administrations.
Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals are administered by Western Sydney Local Health District, an entity of the NSW Department of Health.
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