About Us: The NMHS has approximately 8,917 full-time equivalent (FTE) staff and a budget of $2.16 billion. We provide health care and hospital services across a 1000km2 catchment area, serving a population of 736,907 people.
The NMHS consists of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, King Edward Memorial Hospital, Joondalup Health Campus, Osborne Park Hospital and Graylands Hospital. We also deliver a range of state-wide, highly specialised multidisciplinary services from several NMHS hospital and clinical sites. NMHS has over 5000 nursing and midwifery staff working across multiple sites.
The Sir Charles Gairdner Osborne Park health Care Group comprises Sir Charles Gairdner and Osborne Park Hospitals. Sir Charles Girdner Hospital (SCGH) is a renowned tertiary teaching hospital with a strong national and international reputation, offering over 625 beds. The hospital has a state-of-the-art Emergency Department and is the principal site in Western Australia for neurosurgery, liver transplant, stroke recovery; and it offers WA’s only comprehensive Cancer centre.
The Osborne Park Hospital (OPH) is a 187-bed community general hospital, and a partner hospital to SCGH. OPH provides comprehensive specialist health care services across - Rehabilitation and Aged Care Services and Younger Adult Rehabilitation, Surgical Services, and Women’s and Newborn Services.
*Our Values: we are motivated by the following vision of “One Team, Many Dreams’. The NMHS’s values capture the shared responsibility that we uphold as most important, which are:
Care – Respect – Innovation – Teamwork - Integrity