The Emergency Department is open 24 hours seven days a week. The department is located on Gray Street with car drop off facilities located at the Gray Street main entry point.
St George Hospital has one of the busiest Emergency Departments in New South Wales and is the major trauma centre for the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District. At St George Hospital, we take pride in providing quality emergency care to people from the local community and from all over New South Wales. Each year thousands of patients seek treatment from St George Hospital’s Emergency Department.
Every person seeking emergency care is first assessed by a specialist triage nurse, whose job is to make sure the sickest patients get treated first. If you are feeling more unwell while you are waiting to be seen, please tell the triage nurse.
Before You Arrive
There are three main entry points to access St George Hospital
- Gray Street is the main entry point for the hospital
- Belgrave street entry
- Kensington Street entry
Parking is available and paid parking stations are located on Gray Street, Belgrave Street or Kensington Street. Visit www.parking.health.nsw.gov.au or download the HosPark App from App Store or Google Play.
Eligible concessional rates for car parking is available. Fees are reviewed annually and subject to change to reflect consumer price index (CPI) increases.
For more information please refer to Concessional Car Parking Fees at NSW Public Hospitals http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Hospitals/parking/Factsheets/concessional_parking.pdf
Public transport facilities are available. The nearest train station is located on Railway Parade Kogarah. Train and bus timetables can be accessed via the Sydney Trains or Transport NSW websites or telephone Transport NSW 131 500.
Working With Us
The department is a dynamic and challenging place to work. For more information on developing your medical career with us, please click here. If you are interested in another area please contact us.