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Wollongong Private Hospital, Wollongong

Wollongong Private Hospital

360-364 Crown Street, Wollongong  NSW  2500

Wollongong Private Hospital provides a full offering of medical, surgical and maternity services to residents of the Illawarra and South Coast. Our range of clinical services are supported by comprehensive support services including onsite diagnostic facilities, retail pharmacy, allied health, rehabilitation and specialist medical consulting suites.

Wollongong Private Hospital’s brand new purpose-designed building sets the benchmark in private health care facilities in the Illawarra. The 151 bed facility includes 10 state of the art operating theatres, angiography suite, day surgery unit, 10 bed intensive care unit, 6 coronary care beds, 8 chair day oncology ward, 25 bed maternity unit, and a 6 cot low dependency special care nursery. All patient rooms are well-appointed with ensuite facilities, television, telephones and sweeping views of the ocean or escarpment.

 

Dr Moloney has been working in the Wollongong area since the 1980s.

He has an appointment to the Wollongong Private Hospital, and as a Ramsay Hospital it is a world class establishment that is extremely well equipped with the latest technology. It has excellent theatre, ward and ancillary staff from specialist areas within the hospital such as intensive care and radiology.

Sydney Adventist Hospital, North Shore Sydney

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185 Fox Valley Road, Wahroonga NSW 2076

Sydney Adventist Hospital is a division of Adventist HealthCare Limited. Adventist HealthCare Limited (formerly known as ‘Sydney Adventist Hospital Limited’), is owned by the  Seventh-day Adventist Church, and is a ‘Not-For-Profit’ organisation that operates a number of healthcare businesses including: Sydney Adventist Hospital, Dalcross Adventist Hospital, San Day Surgery Hornsby, and San Diagnostics & Pharmacy .

Sydney Adventist Hospital (SAH), known as ‘the San’, is an acute-care private hospital with capacity for over 550 licensed overnight beds. It is the largest private and the largest not-for-profit hospital in NSW.

The San is the largest single employer in the Hornsby-Kuring-gai Council area.  Approximately 2,300 staff, 470 volunteers and 990 accredited medical practitioners care for more than 58,000 inpatients and 129,000 outpatients annually and approximately 2,000 babies are delivered each year. Emergency Care admits approximately 18,000 patients each year making it NSW’s largest and busiest private Hospital Emergency Department. Offering acute surgical, medical and obstetric care including complex cardiac and orthopaedic procedures. The San also has cutting-edge, acute-care facilities including capacity for up to 24 operating theatres and endoscopy suites, 3 state-of-the-art Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratories, urology lasers and Australia’s first dual source CT scanner installed in San Radiology. 

Outpatient services at the San include physiotherapy, radiology, ultrasound services for women, fertility services, pathology, radiation oncology, nuclear medicine, wound care clinic, a Children’s Sleep Disorders Unit and an on-site family medical and dental centre.  Support services available on the campus include Cardiac Rehabilitation, San Cancer Support and Jacaranda Lodge which offers low-cost accommodation for outpatients and their families.

 

Our Locations

Sydney

Tel (02) 9499 4984
5 Lord Street
Roseville NSW 2069

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Wollongong

Tel (02) 4228 0460
Level 5, 85 Smith Street
Wollongong NSW 2500

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Bowral

Tel (02) 4228 0460
21 St Judes Street
Bowral NSW 2576

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Goulburn

Tel (02) 4228 0460
5 Fenwick Crescent
Goulburn NSW 2580

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Recent Blog Posts

Avoiding Spinal Surgery

Avoiding Spinal Surgery

Dr Moloney has seen a lot of patients with painful backs that have gone on to have spinal surgery.  More often than not he advises his patients to lose weight and do some core strengthening exercises.  If you have a strong core you have a lot less strain on your spine and it helps considerably with back pain.

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Opiates - The Blurry Line Between Pain Relief and Addiction

Opiates - The Blurry Line Between Pain Relief and Addiction

Many of the patients who come to see Dr Moloney have been taking opiate medication for a period of time before we see them.  Opiates commonly prescribed for pain in Australia include Endone, Targin to name just a few.

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Dr Google Vs Specialist Spine Surgeon

Dr Google Vs Specialist Spine Surgeon

You’ve hurt your back and you just want to know how bad is it?  So it’s straight to Dr Google you go.  We all do it.  It’s just so easy these days but how accurate is Dr Google?  I think sometimes you can get a bit of an idea of what is going on by comparing notes with other people online.  It’s basically hit and miss though.What Dr Google doesn’t do is ask you the questions about your back pain that to you and me seem not that important and perhaps irrelevant to your problem.  To a specialist spinal surgeon who know exactly what they are looking for it's another story.  If they are good they have probably worked out exactly what the problem is before you get to the end of your story.

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The Art of Taking a History

The Art of Taking a History

The history you give your surgeon is one of the most important parts of your care.

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Which Health Fund Is Right For Me?

Which Health Fund Is Right For Me?

Article regarding choosing private health insurance.

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Dr Moloney - My Boss

Dr Moloney - My Boss

Usually I write these blogs with the aim of giving our patients some education or helpful information regarding their health.  Today I am writing on a more personal level.

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How Do I Book Into Hospital For My Surgery?

A guide for patients booking into hospital.

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Private Health Insurance - Is It Worth It?

Many of our neurosurgery and spinal patients ask us this question.  So here it is in a nutshell...

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You've hurt your back or neck at work. What should you do next?

Guidelines for patients who have had a work injury.

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Ongoing Advancement in Spinal Technology

Dr Moloney introducing new technology.

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