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Support us

The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) is a busy tertiary facility which delivers a range of general and specialist services to the communities of North Brisbane, Queensland and Northern New South Wales. Every day we treat an average of 900 people and last year our surgeons performed over 9000 operations. In the 2015-16 financial year we provided 282,152 outpatients occasions of service and our emergency department treated 86,304 people.

TPCH is Australia’s leading cardiothoracic hospital providing a comprehensive heart and lung service, and is one of only a few centres in Australasia performing triple organ transplants. We have a thriving research hub boasting international links and attracting global recognition for advancements in life-saving medical research.

To improve and extend our reach further, we need your support. Your support is important to the difference we make. It means we can continue to deliver highly specialised services to some of the most vulnerable members of our community.

Different ways to support us

Volunteers at the information desk


We’re always looking for more kind-hearted people to join us as a Charlie’s Angel hospital volunteer! These special people help support all areas of the hospital from Admissions to Emergency, performing a range of roles from welcoming visitors to providing administration support.

Volunteer with us

Mental Health Volunteers

Mental Health Volunteers

The Prince Charles Hospital Mental Health Volunteers provides support and hope to people affected by mental health problems. The program welcomes all applications.

Find out more

Make a donation

The Common Good, an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation exists to help people live healthier, for longer. Your kind donation will help support and facilitate the work of incredible researchers dedicated to making breakthroughs in the area of heart disease, lung disease, mental health and dementia.

Donate now

Contact us

The Prince Charles Hospital
Location: Rode Road
Phone: (07) 3139 4000

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