Werribee Mercy Hospital is a general hospital providing comprehensive care in the south western region of Melbourne. The hospital provides emergency, surgical, medical, sub acute, mental health, palliative, maternity and newborn care, as well as renal dialysis.
Your health journey
Throughout your experience at Werribee, you may visit different areas of the hospital depending on the care you require. Every health journey is different and we strive to tailor care to your personal needs. However, some experiences at the Werribee Mercy Hospital follow a general pathway, with options along the way. Find out more about what your experience at the hospital may be like.
Clinics and services
Werribee Mercy Hospital provides surgical, medical, maternity, newborn, emergency, mental health, rehabilitation, aged and palliative care, and renal dialysis. The hospital also provides a range of home-based care supports for the community of Wyndham and surrounding regions.
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Getting here300 Princes Highway
Werribee Victoria 3030
Werribee is located about 32km south-west of Melbourne's city centre. Travel time from the city by car is about 30 minutes. Werribee Mercy Hospital is located about 50km from the city of Geelong. Travel time from Geelong by car is about 45 minutes.
The hospital is located opposite the Hoppers Crossing Railway Station on the Werribee line. It takes 5-10 minutes to walk from the railway station to the hospital main entrance.
Visitor parking is available at the Werribee Mercy Hospital site. All car parks can be accessed via the hospital entrance on Hoppers Lane.
There is accessible car parking available on site for people who hold a disability parking permit. Spaces are available near the main entrance and entrances to the Emergency Department, Outpatient Clinic and Maternity Unit.
The cost of visitor car parking is currently $5.
Taxis can be accessed at the main entrance of the hospital.
Access to visit the hospital is via the main entrance.
Opening hours: 6.30am–8pm
Access outside these hours is via the Emergency Department.
24 hours a day, seven days a week
Weekends and public holidaysHours: 8am–8pm
Day procedure admissions
Medical Imaging (X-ray)
Weekends and public holidaysHours: 8am–5pm
After hours access
The Emergency Department entrance is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The maternity unit can be accessed after standard business hours by using the intercom at the entrance to the unit.
The palliative care centre has its own entrance, which is open 7am–8pm. Access outside these hours is by prior arrangement with the nurse in charge.
Unit visiting hours
General wards and maternity wards
Clare Moore Building
Weekends and public holidaysHours: 9am–8pm
Mother Baby Unit
Weekends and public holidaysHours: 10am–8pm
On site shops and cafes
A café and gift shop is located on site.
Werribee Mercy Hospital has one café located in the main corridor. A limited collection of flowers and gifts is available from the café.
8am–8pm (please note, hot food is not available on weekends).
300 Princes Highway
Werribee Victoria 3030
Werribee Mercy Hospital Expansion
Werribee Mercy Hospital is undergoing a major $87 million redevelopment that will enable us to offer improved care for more people in Melbourne's west.
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