St. Vincent Public and Private Hospital Sydney

Recognised as one of Australia’s leading private hospitals, St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney is a 270-bed acute care facility. We provide a wide range of general and specialised medical and surgical services, as well as a young adult mental health service, called Uspace. On site we have an operating suite with 8 theatres, a 12-bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU), a Same Day Surgery Centre, a Day Surgery Unit with 5 operating theatres including a Lithotripsy suite, a post-anaesthetic care unit, a 4-bed acute stroke service, a cardiac catheter lab and a dedicated theatre surgical sterilising unit.

Our hospital employs over 350 specialists accredited to admit patients for both overnight and day care. We’re a recognised world leader in cardiac care, cancer, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, head and neck reconstructive surgery, urology, laser, ‘keyhole’ (laparoscopic) and robotic surgery. The majority of our VMO’s consult from rooms in the collocated St Vincent’s Clinic.

Research Institutions

St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney works in partnership with several research institutes, where many of our specialists are actively involved in clinical research.

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre focuses on the translation of cancer research findings into new diagnostic, prognostic and treatment options, with an emphasis on breast, prostate, gastrointestinal (pancreatic and colorectal) and haematological cancers. Their research aims to produce outcomes that are targeted, effective and suitable for integration into larger nationwide cancer treatment services.


Research at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute covers all forms of heart disease, with a particular focus on those that affect the heart’s muscle tissue.  Research programs address issues including heart development and congenital heart disease, inherited heart diseases, the potential application of adult stem cell technologies in cardiovascular care and how heart function is regulated in response to stresses like high blood pressure and ageing.


Research at Garvan is focused upon understanding the role of genes and molecular and cellular processes in health and disease as the basis for developing future preventions, treatments and cures.

For over 50 years, significant breakthroughs have been achieved by Garvan scientists in the understanding and treatment of diseases such as:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes and obesity
  • Neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, hearing loss, mental illnesses and eating disorders
  • Osteoporosis
  • Immunological diseases such as asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and Sjogren’s syndrome

Phone:(02) 8382 7111

Address:406 Victoria St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010