Joondalup Health Campus (SCN)


Corner Grand Blvd & Shenton Avenue
WA 6027
P: (08) 9400 9400

Our unit is a Level 2b Special Care Nursery where 16 babies can be cared for at a time. Babies who require level 3 care will be transferred to PMH or KEMH by the Neonatal Emergency Transport Service (NETS). Staff in the SCN can advise you on your baby’s condition and expected rate of development especially if your baby has been born premature. If you have any doubts or concerns about your baby, feel free to contact the staff at any time.

Visiting Hours

Parents may visit 24 hours. Visiting is restricted to two visitors per cot at any one time. Visitors allowed are parents and grandparents only.


The Special Care Nursery is located on the 2nd floor, with access from the lifts located in our main public reception.

Special Care Reception

(08) 9400 9286








ATM facility

An Automated Teller Machine (ATM) that accepts all cards is located in the foyer of the main public hospital.


Pause Café is located on the ground floor of the hospital in the Specialist Medical Centre. The Café offers delicious beverages, cakes, quiches and a variety of gourmet rolls, baguettes and focaccias.

Hospital wards have kitchenettes with coffee and tea making facilities for your convenience.


An on-site Florist provides a fantastic selection of flowers, gifts, cards and balloons.


If you require the services of an Interpreter during your stay with us, your doctor needs to indicate this at the time your visit to hospital is booked.

Pastoral care

Pastoral care staff and volunteers are dedicated to their task for those in need. Their task is to actively listen, support and accompany patients, family members, visitors and staff on their journey towards healing. They attempt to be present, respectful and compassionate. Team members offer an attitude of non-judgement and gentle guidance through appraisal of wellbeing, personal rapport, spiritual counsel, public prayer and bedside rituals. As part of the holistic approach to patient care, the team has established a wide referral source with hospitals, nursing homes and churches of all denominations in the northern suburbs and beyond.


An on-site Pharmacy provides a full range of clinical pharmacology services as well as regular pharmaceutical items. The Pharmacy is accessible from the ground floor of the Specialist Medical Centre (West)

Public telephones

Coin operated public telephones are housed in the main reception to the public hospital and in the Emergency Department.

  • Click here for more information on the hospital’s visitors car parks.


NurtureGroups are held in PerthJoondalupWilletton and Rockingham  fortnightly.


Facilitated by qualified Miracle Babies Foundation Volunteers, these in hospital parent support sessions operate within Australian NICUs. This vital, comforting, emotional support provides parents with the opportunity to share their journey with someone who has been there. Meet other parents who have also experienced a premature or sick newborn.


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