Located in the heart of the Redcliffe Peninsula, around 28 kilometres north of the Brisbane CBD, Redcliffe Hospital is one of the five hospitals of the Metro North Hospital and Health Service.
Established in 1965, the hospital has a proud tradition of caring for its community. Today, the hospital continues that tradition as it delivers healthcare to a rapidly growing part of South East Queensland.
Redcliffe Hospital’s catchment area incorporates an area from Brighton up to Deception Bay, and west to Kallangur, including North Lakes. Since 1965, the Hospital has been growing in size, staffing, and service delivery as we continue to meet the evolving and changing healthcare needs of our community.
Redcliffe Hospital is a 250-bed regional hospital spread across a campus which now includes the Moreton Bay Integrated Care Centre (MBICC). In serving our community, the hospital provides healthcare services including medical, surgical, orthopaedic, cancer care, renal dialysis, maternity, neonatal, rehabilitation, older persons care, palliative care, paediatrics, and emergency care.
Redcliffe fast facts
Last financial year at Redcliffe Hospital:
- more than 1600 babies were born
- there were more than 63,000 presentations at our Emergency Department
- we provided nearly 58,000 specialist outpatient appointments.