Wesley Hospital Kogarah
Wesley Hospital Kogarah is a 30-bed facility in Sydney’s south, offering comfortable accommodation in attractive and spacious single or two-bed rooms. For information regarding treatment, complete an admission enquiry form or call us on (02) 8197 5800.
Conveniently located close to major public transport exchanges, the hospital is well-equipped, and amenities including:
- private and shared rooms with television
- garden seating areas
- separate dining room
- sitting rooms
- meeting rooms
- onsite kitchen and food preparation
- games room.
At our Kogarah facility, you’ll have access to a large team of highly qualified professionals, including clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and other specialists.
Dr Brett Simpson is the Director of Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) at Wesley Hospital Kogarah. Dr Simpson has extensive clinical experience in the provision of ECT, regularly collaborates in ECT research at Wesley Hospital, and is a conjoint lecturer at the University of New South Wales.
Professor John Saunders directs the Drug and Alcohol program, and is considered to be in the top 0.5 % of publishing scientists in his field worldwide. He has worked for the World Health Organisation (WHO), developed the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) questionnaire, and served on a number of committees including the Australian National Council on Drugs (ANCD).
The treatment programs on offer can help you with a range of conditions, including:
By car: Kogarah is 19 kilometres south of central Sydney, conveniently located off the Princes Highway. Blake Street runs south from Railway Parade and on-street parking is available at the hospital.
By train: The train trip from central Sydney to Kogarah takes around 25 minutes, and services run frequently. Kogarah station is only a five minute walk from Wesley Hospital Kogarah.
By bus: Sydney Buses 476 and 477 run along Gray Street near Wesley Hospital Kogarah.