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Fairfield Hospital

Fairfield Hospital is a 220 bed major metropolitan hospital situated in the South West of Sydney approximately 45 minute drive from the Sydney city centre.

The hospital provides a wide range of hospital and community based health services to the people of Fairfield Local Government Area (LGA). These include:

  • Acute care services in medicine, cardiology, surgery, orthopaedics, obstetrics, paediatrics, and emergency medicine

  • Sub-acute care in Geriatrics / Rehabilitation and through the Ambulatory Care Unit in association with Fairfield Community Health Services and Renal Dialysis Unit.

Each year Fairfield Hospital admits over 30,000 patients; performs over 7,000 surgical procedures, delivers over 1,500 babies, has over 35,000 presentations to the Emergency Department and over 200,000 outpatient encounters. We have a range of staff dedicated to providing the best possible care and service.

Fairfield Hospital is home to the Whitlam Joint Replacement Centre (WJRC) - A recognised Centre of Excellence for elective orthopaedic surgery. The WJRC provides a regional service in elective joint replacement for the Fairfield, Liverpool, Campbelltown and Camden Hospitals.

The hospital currently provides:

  • Level 4 Clinical Services as defined by NSW Health role delineation guide;

  • Level 3 Maternity & Neonatal services supported by the obstetric service located at Liverpool Hospital; and

  • Level 3 Paediatric Services.

A dedicated Hand Centre was established at Fairfield Hospital, in September 2013, in a new demountable building next to the Whitlam Joint Replacement Centre. The official opening of the Hand Centre occurred in October 2013 by the NSW Health Minister. The Hand Centre incorporates the pre and post-operative clinical assessment and management of hand injuries, as well as hand therapy support. The outpatient clinic has been designed to support a streamlined model of medical assessment, hand therapy and dressing processes to create a positive patient experience while supporting lean work practice methodology for the clinicians.

Fairfield Hospital was originally located in East Fairfield and moved to its current location in 1988. Fairfield Hospital is a facility of South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWS LHD), which was established on 1 January 2011 as part of the Federal Government Health Reform Agreement. SWS LHD incorporates the following facilities: Liverpool, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Camden, Bankstown, Bowral and Braeside. Fairfield has formal and informal links with these facilities as well as with other Local Health Districts (i.e., Sydney LHD / Children’s Hospital Westmead).

Fairfield Hospital is committed to providing a quality service to the community we serve and this commitment is recognised by the number of State and Local Health District awards received in recent years.

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Phone: (02) 9794 0150

Arthur West Memorial Hall
Mcburney Road, Cabramatta 2166
(Located in Cabravale Memorial Park, 
behind PCYC Fairfield - Cabramatta)

​Open hours:
Monday to Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Closed for lunch daily between 1.00pm – 2.00pm

A women's health and well-being initiative, primarily centered on supporting migrant, refugee and disadvantaged women residing with the Fairfield Local Government Area. Fairfield Women's Health Service is jointly auspiced by Bankstown Women's Health Centre and Liverpool Women's Health Centre, and funded by NSW Health through South Western Sydney Local Health District.

©2023 Fairfield Women's Health Service

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