Our patients are at the heart of everything we do – here is some key information to help you navigate your healthcare journey.
If your loved one is being cared for at The Wesley, here is some helpful information for your visit to the hospital.
As an iconic Australian not-for-profit private hospitals, we are here for your patients and your professional development.
COVID-19 information for patients and visitors
We are taking precautions to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and keep our patients and staff safe.
Providing excellence in weight loss surgery
As a Centre of Excellence in Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery, we are reducing barriers to better health.
No need to wait and worry at Breast Clinic
With same-day mammogram results, there’s no need to wait and worry at The Wesley Breast Clinic.
When every minute matters, choose us
The Wesley Emergency Centre is here for patients of all ages 24/7, with short wait times for any injury, illness or sudden emergency.
Grow your family with ours
At Wesley Maternity, we provide the care and support you need from pregnancy through to birth and beyond.
No one needs to die alone: End of Life Compassionate Companion
The Wesley Hospital is putting the call out to find a group of very special people, to provide companionship to patients in their final days and moments.
My name is Jenny and I have been a Registered Nurse/Midwife for the past 40 years. I have been fortunate enough to have gained experience in Victoria, New Zealand, New South Wales, and for the past 16 years in Queensland here at The Wesley Hospital, gaining a Clinical Nurse position 8 years ago.
Wesley Mother + Daughter, Annelise and Simone
Mum Annelise, Day Treatment Unit Nurse and Daughter Simone, Surgical Ward Nurse.
Wesley Mother + Daughter, Shona and Dom
Mum Shona, Patient Flow Manager and Daughter Dominique, Casual Ward Clerk.
ANZAC Day: Caring for paediatric refugees through COVID-19
For more than 23 years A/Prof Luke Jeremijenko, a Specialist Emergency Physician at The Wesley, has served as a Major – Senior Medical Officer, in the Australian Army.
Ipswich community mourns loss of mother, grandmother, matriarch Gaye Anderson
The passing of Ipswich icon and hair salon mogul Gaye Anderson has sparked an outpouring of love and tributes from the many people who knew and loved her.
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