Bathurst NSW 2795
Visiting Hours: Doors close at 9pm
*subject to change, please check current restrictions.
Bathurst Health Service, is a Level C referral facility with 100 beds and its $105m redevelopment was completed in 2011. The health service is also due to undergo a further $250m redevelopment in 2023
Bathurst provides allied health, ambulatory care, coronary care, emergency medicine, intensive care, general medicine, mental health drug & alcohol, obstetrics & gynaecology, oncology, paediatrics, pathology, radiology, rehabilitation and surgery services.
Bathurst also has active hospital in the home and primary community health services to the surrounding townships of Blayney, Oberon, Perthville, Hill End, Sofala and Rylstone.
Bathurst Health Service has a strong partnership with the University of Western Sydney and Charles Sturt University, conducting research and providing student clinical placements, education and patient referral opportunities.
Town name: Bathurst
Population: 35,020 (2016)
Close enough to the big smoke but just far away enough to keep the unique regional feel.
Bathurst with a population of 45,000 people, is less than a three-hour drive from the centre of Sydney with world-class entertainment and events, great facilities, an affordable lifestyle, and a thriving social scene all wrapped up among the city’s heritage buildings and rich history, Bathurst is the perfect place for a tree change.
You’ll find everything you need from our state-of-the-art public hospital, well-established support network in aged care, a myriad of educational institutions no matter what your level of study, and a wide range of career opportunities to kick start your life in Central West NSW. Not to mention the fabulously distinct seasons you’ll enjoy throughout the year from balmy summer days to crisp winter nights.
Need more convincing? Take a drive through the country landscape that has inspired artists for generations and you’ll understand why people have been captivated by Bathurst. And if that’s not enough, you only have to say hello to any local to get a warm smile, friendly conversation and you’re guaranteed to have the feeling that you are home.
If you are considering moving to Bathurst for a career with Western NSW Local Health District, please view the Candidate Information Kit.