Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) is located in Murdoch, 15 kilometres south of the Perth CBD and nine kilometres east of Fremantle. The hospital is part of the South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) (external site) hospital network
Our 783-bed, $2 billion public hospital ranks among the best in Australia and includes the 140-bed State Rehabilitation service, a 30-bed purpose-built mental health unit and the State Burns Service.
We are the major tertiary hospital in the south metropolitan area and meet the growing needs of communities south of Perth and across the State.
As well as delivering comprehensive clinical services, we are a leader in research and education. In addition, we have the most advanced medical equipment and state-of-the-art information and communications technology.
Fiona Stanley Hospital has been designed to have a healing and therapeutic effect on patients and 83 per cent of patient rooms are single occupancy, offering increased comfort and privacy.
Fast facts about Fiona Stanley Hospital
- $2 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital – largest building project ever undertaken by the State Government
- Equivalent of four city blocks
- 150,000m2 of floor space over five main buildings
- 6300 rooms in the main building
- 783 beds, including 140 rehabilitation beds
- 83 per cent single patient rooms in main hospital
- State-of-the-art technology built into every level of the hospital
- More than five hectares of natural bushland, landscaped parks, internal gardens, courtyards and plazas
- 3600 basement, ground level and multi-storey car parking bays
- Easy access to public transport and major roads
Take an online tour inside Fiona Stanley Hospital
View the panoramic online tour of Fiona Stanley Hospital (external site).
This tour has been made available to the public to provide an insight into the size and layout of Fiona Stanley Hospital.
However it was originally developed for internal use, to give our future staff an overview of their new workplace, so the language is directed at staff and the majority of content covers clinical work areas. The tour was filmed throughout October and November 2013, before construction of FSH was complete.
We hope you enjoy this sneak peek inside Western Australia's flagship health facility.