Take a tour inside your new public hospital

FSH, Fiona Stanley Hospital, signs, community tours
The tours will take visitors past the State rehabilitation centre, mental health and the emergency department.
March 18, 2014

We are pleased to announce that the first series of community tours to be held inside Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) will occur on Wednesday 19, Friday 21 and Sunday 23 March 2014.

The tours are open to everyone and will give members of the community and staff who will be working at FSH, the opportunity to walk inside the main hospital building and see unique features of the hospital for the very first time.

The tours will leave every 15 minutes between 10am and 2pm. They are unreserved however it is important that you register your attendance at one of the days at www.surveymonkey.com/s/BW2KN2F

The tours will provide a general overview of FSH, including the main hospital concourse and selected rooms on a ward. Visitors will then proceed outside and pass by the State rehabilitation service, mental health and the emergency department (visitors are advised to wear sun protection).

The tours are approximately 1km in length and 45 minutes duration. They are fully accessible to prams, wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

Free parking will be available on the hospital grounds, but visitors are encouraged to catch public transport. FSH is less than a ten minute walk from Murdoch Train Station and regular buses also run between the station and the hospital’s main entrance. Contact Transperth for timetable details on 13 62 13 or at www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Those attending the tours on Sunday 23 March 2014 should be aware that due to the Bupa Bike Hike cycling event major freeway closures will be in place on the day. To plan your route, please download the freeway closures and reopening times.

For more information please view the FSH community tours flier (PDF 359 KB) and comprehensive site access map (JPG 574KB).