Williamstown HospitalRailway Crescent, WilliamstownPhone: 9393 0100
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Patient Information Directory
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:Western Health has implemented new rules for visitors at all of our sites, with the aim of minimising the risk of coronavirus for all of our patients and staff.Visitor Information
Western Health hopes to make your stay in hospital as comfortable as possible. Here is some information about our facilities that you may want to know before your visit.
Western Health provides a choice of meals and will supply special diets where this is part of your medical care or to meet your cultural needs. Hot and cold drinks are available at morning tea, afternoon tea and supper. Consideration can be given to relatives or friends supplying familiar dishes. However, food should not be supplied to patients by visitors without the permission of nursing staff as it may not be suited to treatment. BreakfastDelivery time is 7.45am – 8.10am for all wards. Morning TeaDelivery time is 10am – 10:45am for all wards.LunchDelivery time is 12pm – 12.20pm for all wards.Afternoon teaDelivery time is 2pm – 2:45pm for all wards.DinnerDelivery time is 4.45pm – 5.10pm for all wardsSupper teaDelivery time is 7pm – 7:45pm for all wards
We are open:
Monday – Friday 8.00am – 3.00pm
We are not open Weekends or Public Holidays.We sell:
hot & cold meals
chocolates and lollies
There is no ATM located at Williamstown Hospital.
Williamstown Hospital Opportunity Shop47 Ferguson Street, Williamstown Shop Phone: 9397 8484 Volunteer Enquiries: Jo Spence 8345 1201We are open:
Monday – Saturday 9.00am -4.00pm
Sunday 11.00am – 3.00pm
Donations taken only during opening hours
Free car parking is available opposite the main entrance of the hospital in Railway Crescent, with limited spaces also available on Stewart Street.
If you are travelling by train, the nearest station is Williamstown Beach, which is located across the road from the hospital.
Bus stops for Route 471 are located on Osborne Street at the rear of the hospital, and on nearby Victoria Street. For more information, contact VicTrip.