Werribee Mercy Hospital Expansion

With an expansion designed to accommodate more theatres and beds, patients in the western metropolitan region will have greater access to high-quality health services.

Werribee Mercy Hospital is currently undergoing an $87 million redevelopment that will see four more levels built on top of the existing Catherine McAuley Centre.

Once complete, the expansion will deliver an extra 64 inpatient beds, which includes eight new critical care beds, as well as six new operating theatres. With these new additions, more patients can receive high-quality care, closer to home.

This expansion will take the total number of beds at the hospital to 298. The project addresses rapidly growing demand within the Wyndham community. Population in the area is predicted to increase by another 193,000 people between 2011 and 2031. The hospital redevelopment is due for completion in 2018.

A new 370-space multi-level car park is available on the hospital site and improves parking access for patients, visitors and staff.

Understanding the triage process in ED

Triage processes are used in hospitals to ensure that everyone visiting the Emergency Department receives the right care at the right time, based on the urgency of your condition. Learn more about the triage process at Werribee Mercy Hospital.

Understanding the triage process in ED

Outpatient access

Our Outpatient Clinics (also referred to as Specialist Clinics) provide a range of services where you can be referred for specialist opinion, management and treatment of various conditions.

Outpatient access

Medical services at our public hospital

Werribee Mercy Hospital offers a wide range of medical services, for both admitted patients (who are seen and stay in the inpatient wards) and for non-admitted patients (who visit the Outpatient Clinics Department). Emergency assessment and management is provided in the 24-hour Emergency Department.

Medical services at our public hospital