Longueville Private Hospital now runs a scheduled car service for patients. Our trained staff will take you from your home to Longueville Private Hospital. This service runs Monday to Friday. For further information contact us
WiFi is available for patient use. Please ask a member of the Administration staff for the access code.
Television and Foxtel
Televisions with Foxtel are provided to all patients.
Each patient has his/her own telephone and local calls are free.
Mail is distributed daily to wards. Outgoing mail is posted daily.
Newspapers are delivered to the hospital daily and can be collected from the Patient Lounge. Please return after reading.
This hospital is a smoke-free environment. Patients and visitors are not permitted to smoke in the hospital or on hospital grounds.Smoking is not only a health hazard, but can be a potential fire hazard in hospitals.
Toiletries are available for purchase from the chemist. Please ask your Registered Nurse to arrange for delivery.
Alcohol in moderation is permitted only with your doctor’s permission and when not contra-indicated by medication or other treatment.
Representatives of all denominations may be contacted through the Registered Nurse.
Justice of the Peace
Similarly, should you require the services of a Justice of the Peace, your Registered Nurse will make enquiries on your behalf. Hospital staff are not permitted to ‘witness’ documentation.
Food to look forward to
Our qualified Chef is passionate about quality of food and source of produce, ensuring that our patients are presented with a nutritional and delicious meal. The chef will discuss with you any special dietary needs.
Longueville Private Hospital has a Food Safety Plan prepared in accordance with the NSW Food Authority, and has been allocated an A rating.
To ensure our menu is safe and hygienic there are certain high risk foods that will not be served, such as:
- Foods containing raw or partially cooked eggs
- Chilled seafood such as raw oysters, smoked or ready to eat salmon or ready to eat cooked prawns
- Soft cheeses such as brie, camembert, fetta and blue vein
- Pate, liverwurst or other meat spreads
- Certain fresh produce that cannot be easily washed and sanitised
It is requested that visitors do not bring in the high risk foods outlined above.