Frankston, Vic 3199
Phone: 03 9784 7777
Frankston Hospital is the major provider of acute secondary and tertiary hospital services on the Mornington Peninsula. With 336 beds, it provides general and specialty medical and surgical services, mental health, maternity, and paediatric services.
In its role as a major teaching centre, the hospital has affiliations with Monash University and Deakin University and links with other universities in postgraduate studies. During your stay with us it is possible some of your day-to-day care will be undertaken by doctors in-training, under supervision of senior medical staff. Some of your care and treatment may also be undertaken by nursing or allied health students under supervision.
1527 Nepean Highway,
Rosebud, VIC 3186
Phone: 03 5986 0666
Fax: 03 5986 7589
Rosebud Hospital is an 80 bed hospital located on the southern end of the Mornington Peninsula, 80kms from Melbourne CBD. The hospital provides acute care and treatment for both admitted patients and outpatients.
Key services include:
- General medicine
- Emergency Services
- Maternity Services – Mother/Baby programs, feeding and sleep difficulty clinics
- Mental Health outpatient
- Hospital in the Home
- Renal Dialysis and Chemotherapy
Rosebud Hospital provides services for more than 130,000 residents on the Southern Peninsula. The population swells dramatically during the holiday periods, with the peak summer period attracting in excess of 100,000 people to the Peninsula.
The Mornington Centre
Cnr Tyalla Grove and Separation Street
Mornington, VIC, 3931
Phone: 03 5976 9000
Fax: 03 59769136
The Mornington Centre is a purpose built 60 bed Geriatric Evaluation and Management facility. The Mornington Centre provides a full range of specialist medical, nursing and allied health services. On admission patients are assessed by our clinical team and undertake an individualised therapy program. Patients are mostly older people with complex or multiple health care conditions associated with ageing, memory and thinking problems, chronic illness or disability. The average length of stay for patients is 3-4 weeks.
As a facility for Promoting Health Independence, the focus of the Mornington Centre is to assist patients to maximise their abilities and plan for the future.