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Celebrating 50 years of people caring for people
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Complete & submit your admission form in the comfort of your home.
Ramsay's Your Health Portal enables you to update future admission forms automatically & manage family member forms.
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Ramsay Health Care Celebrates 50 Years
In 1964, Paul Ramsay, founder and Chairman of Ramsay Health Care, purchased a guesthouse called Warrina House on Sydney's North Shore and converted it into a psychiatric hospital in the earliest days of the private hospital industry in Australia.

Services Overview
A major acute care facility, Joondalup Private Hospital provides quality private health care in the northern suburbs.
A comprehensive range of medical, surgical and maternity services is available on the campus including:

  • Aged Care and Rehabiltation
  • Obstetrics
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • Respiratory
  • Vascular surgery
Maternity Services

Maternity Services
The birth of a baby is one of the truly special moments in your life. That’s why at the Maternity Ward of Joondalup Private Hospital, we go out of our way to make this a special time for you and your baby.

Medical Education

Medical Education
Joondalup Health Campus offers education both to Medical students and to doctors through our Postgraduate Medical Education Department.

For Junior Doctors
For Junior Doctors
Joondalup Health Campus employs over 100 junior doctors throughout the hospital, from interns to senior registrars. Many of our junior doctors come to Joondalup on rotation from Perth’s tertiary hospitals – the majority from Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital with others on terms from KEMH, PMH and RPH.