Main: (02) 9767 6799
If you're booked to stay one or more nights in hospital, you'll be an inpatient for the duration of your stay.
If you're booked for surgery, it's likely you'll come to the hospital on the day of surgery.
The Pre-admission clinic will provide you with details including a date for surgery, a time to arrive at hospital, when to fast in advance of surgery and what medication to take on the day of surgery.
If you are unsure, please contact (02) 9767 6855
You may also be admitted to hospital to have special tests and/or treatments. Your doctor will recommend a day for you to be admitted. On the day, a hospital staff member will contact you to confirm your admission.
On the day of admission
Report to the Main Information Desk located in the main entrance of the hospital.
There is a patient drop-off area at the main entrance of the hospital.
The car park is located on Hospital Road. Parking fees apply.
There are a number of disabled parking areas available. Please visit the main Security Office or phone (02) 9767 6223.
For more information visit the Concord Repatriation General Hospital website.
During your stay
Wards are generally made up of rooms of four beds with shared bathroom facilities. There are a limited number of single (private) rooms available.
During your inpatient stay, you will meet a range of staff including doctors, nurses and physiotherapists. Concord Cancer Centre staff are there to make your stay as comfortable as possible. They are friendly, approachable and available to answer your questions. Ask as many questions as you like about your care, treatment or medications. We understand that this is a stressful time and there can be a lot of information to take in. If you need to clarify any information or if English is not your first language please let the staff know.
As an inpatient of Concord Cancer Centre you will have access to the broad range of expertise and specialist services available at Concord Hospital. We are committed to ensuring that every patient receives first class care.
You will receive breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner while an inpatient. Please let our staff know if you have any dietary requirements or allergies. Dieticians are available and can see you during your stay.
Each ward has a Nurse Unit Manager who is available to help you with any issues or concerns you have during your stay in hospital. The Nurse Unit Manger's photo will be displayed in clear view in each ward.
There is also a Patient Liaison Manager who is available Monday to Friday on (02) 9767 7488 between 8:00am and 4:00pm to assist patients and their families with any issues or concerns.
Let them know if you have any questions or concerns. Your feedback is important and assists us to improve the experience for future patients.
Smoking is not allowed in any building or hospital grounds.
For information about what to expect during your inpatient stay, including what you should bring, refer to the Hospital Inpatient Guide.