- St John of God Health Care
St John of God Health Care is
Australia's third largest private hospital operator, with 14 hospitals and facilities in the states of Western Australia, New South Walesand Victoria, as well as New Zealand.
The symbol used by St John of God is a cross with a
pomegranate. The cross is the symbol of the Christian heritage of the organisation, and the pomegranate, which is open to allow the seeds to scatter, symbolises self-giving.
St John of God facilities are located [http://www.sjog.org.au/portal/page?_pageid=415,60352&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL&p_division= at:]
* Geelong – St John of God Hospital
* Frankston – Nepean Rehabilitation
* Dandenong – Pinelodge Clinic
St John of God Hospital Murdoch is the largest private hospital in Perth's southern suburbs. It has 334 beds for acute care and a 24 hour emergency department.
A wide range of clinical and diagnostic services are provided on site, including
medical imaging( radiology, MRI, CT scan), pathology, obstetricand gynaecological ultrasound, angiographysuite and day procedure unit.
The hospital also contains a
List of hospitals in Australia
* [http://www.sjog.org.au/ Official website]
* [http://www.ssjg.org.au/ Sisters of St John of God website]
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