Lourdes Hospital & Community Health Service
Lourdes is an integral part of the Healthcare system in Western NSW and Dubbo.
Lourdes Hospital & Community Health Service (Lourdes) is a Third Schedule Public Hospital managed by Catholic Healthcare and subsidised by the Government of New South Wales through the NSW Ministry of Health. Lourdes is fully accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards.
Lourdes is an integral part of the health precinct for Dubbo and the Western region which comprises public and private hospitals, residential and community aged care services, the Dubbo Clinical School, School of Rural Health, Sydney University Dubbo Campus and Charles Sturt University.
NSW Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
Lourdes Hospital in Dubbo hosts one of the 15 specialised rehabilitation services for patients suffering from a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) in NSW. Metropolitan and rural Brain Injury Rehabilitation Programs (BIRPs) are located in local health districts (LHDs) across NSW and are part of a statewide service funded by NSW Health. The focus of the BIRPs is the establishment, development, and maintenance of a network of services to improve access and care to those people suffering from a TBI.
The services and programs provided by Lourdes are diverse and supplement many of the health and community services available in the Western NSW Local Health District.
- Aged Care Assessment Team
- Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
- Community Nursing
- Continence Advice
- Geriatric Evaluation Management
- Hydrotherapy Pool
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Occupational therapy
- Palliative Care
- Rural Spinal Cord Injury Program
- Pastoral Care
- Social Welfare
- Speech Pathology
- Transitional Aged Care
Lourdes Hospital & Community Service has a dedicated team of health, aged care and support service professionals who promote quality of life for people with an injury or disability and for older members of the community. Lourdes provides a continuum of hospital, health and extended care services and promotes a holistic view of individual and family wellbeing that enables people to live life to the fullest.
In patient visiting hours:
Monday to Sunday:
8am - 8pm
Outpatient services available:
Monday to Friday:
8.30am – 5.00pm