At Epworth, we understand life is a journey filled with highs and lows, and we are here to support you at every step of the way. Our commitment to your health goes beyond a hospital stay; it's a lifelong partnership. Epworth for life.
We care with all our heart, for yours.
Epworth provides a full suite of cardiology services at Epworth Eastern, Epworth Geelong and Epworth Richmond. We manage patients from diagnosis, through to treatment and recovery.
We care for the important
things in life – you.
Epworth offers comprehensive cancer services including specialist wards, day oncology facilities, radiation oncology and palliative care.
When every minute matters.
Epworth provides comprehensive neurosciences services, including neurology, neurosurgery and orthopaedic spinal surgery. We are internationally recognised for our expertise in neurological rehabilitation.
We believe your health is a joint venture.
Epworth performs over 2,200 knee and hip replacement surgeries each year. We run pre-admission clinics for hip and knee replacement patients to help prepare patients and their families for surgery.
Your recovery is our goal.
Rehabilitation can help prepare you for medical treatment, recover from an illness, injury or surgical procedure, manage a chronic illness or prevent further injury.
How to be referred to EpworthTo access our specialist services, patients must obtain a referral from their GP, though a referral can also be provided by another specialist, or by a healthcare professional such as a dentist, nurse practitioner, midwife, physiotherapist, optometrist or psychologist.
- Visit your GP and request a referral to an Epworth specialist.
- Your GP will complete a referral form and send it directly to the Epworth specialist or provide the referral to you, in hardcopy or in an electronic format.
- Once your referral is sent to the Epworth specialist, you will be able to schedule an appointment. Otherwise, you can make an appointment directly with the specialist’s office, advising them that you have a referral from your GP.