About the Hospital
Recognised as one of Australia’s leading private hospitals, St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney (SVPHS) is a not for profit 320 bed acute care facility. We provide an extensive range of general and specialised medical and surgical services, as well as Uspace, a young adult (18 – 30) mental health service.
Onsite we have two levels of operating suites with a total of 10 main theatres and a Day Surgery Unit with 5 operating theatres as well as a procedure room which includes a Lithotripsy suite.
Our theatres are supported by a 12-bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) which provides complex 24-hour medical and nursing care, as well as specialised equipment for patients requiring a higher level of care. This unit admits up to 1,200 patients a year.
We also have a post-anaesthetic care unit, a 4-bed acute stroke service, a cardiac catheter lab and a dedicated theatre surgical sterilising unit. Our anaesthetic department has access to the best and safest anaesthetic delivery units available on the market today. Premium technology such as ultrasound equipment (including 3D cardiac ultrasounds).
SVPHS employs 1,400 staff of the highest calibre and we have 448 specialists accredited including medical, surgical and allied health professionals with the ability to admit patients for both overnight and day care.
SVPHS is located in Darlinghurst which is only 2km from Sydney’s CBD and a short 13 minute drive from Sydney International Airport making it extremely convenient and accessible for patients and visitors from interstate, regional and overseas.
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney undertakes all surgical specialties with the exception of obstetrics and paediatrics and are widely recognised as a world leader in cardiac care, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, head and neck reconstructive surgery and urology.
Pioneering procedures and using state of the art technology enables St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney to remain a leader in delivering high-end theatre based advanced technology for all surgical and minimally invasive procedures. Our reputation enables us to attract key medical and nursing staff to St Vincent’s Private. As a result our patients have access to the latest and most accurate technology available on the market and a dedicated and enthusiastic surgical and nursing team.
- Bariatric Surgery
- Breast Surgery
- Cardiac Surgery
- Colorectal Surgery
- Critical Care
- Day Rehabilitation
- Day Surgery Unit
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
- Emergency Care
- Endocrine Surgery
- Geriatric Medicine
- General Surgery
- Infectious Disease
- Intensive Care
- Medical and Nuclear Medicine
- Pain Management
- Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgery
- Psychiatry and Psychological Services
- Radiation Oncology
- Renal Transplantation
- Respiratory Medicine
- Sports Medicine
- Thoracic Surgery
- Vascular Surgery
Hospital Contact Details:
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney
390 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
(02) 8382 1111
For further information, please contact St Vincent’s TAVI Coordinator Alexis Arriagada on 0403 974 571 or email at Alexis.Arriagada@svha.org.au
St Vincent’s Campus, which comprises of St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney and St Vincent’s Clinic, has an international reputation for heart surgery. This reputation has been built on our robust heart and lung transplantation program, artificial heart program and the pioneering of new technologies in the management of heart disease.
The cardiac department took the lead in utilising minimally invasive valve surgery and has become a leading centre for trialing new devices. The first minimally invasive surgery for mitral valve, aortic valve and coronary artery bypass grafting was performed here in Australia at St Vincent’s more than a decade ago.
Following training overseas in catheter based valve procedures our surgeons work together with our interventional cardiologists, together performing procedures such as mitral and aortic valve repair and replacement, closure of atrial septal defects, closure of left atrial appendage and safe removal of old pacemaker leads.
In 2008, we introduced the first Trans Catheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) program in Sydney. We are now providing new possibilities in the treatment of advanced heart disease either in performing major surgery via a minimally invasive method, or in offering new treatment options where conventional surgery is no longer possible.