Calvary Public Hospital Bruce is located in the northern suburbs of Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Spread over two campuses, it serves the communities of North Canberra, Belconnen and the Gungahlin precinct and surrounding areas of the ACT and NSW.
The Bruce campus offers acute and sub-acute services, while the Barton campus is home to the Clare Holland House Hospice, the inpatient unit, a Specialist Community Palliative Care Service and the Calvary Centre for Palliative Care Research.
Calvary Hospital's model of care sees multidisciplinary teams work collaboratively to provide a high quality of patient care to the 256 bed hospital and associated community and ambulatory care services.
Calvary offers an extensive range of medical, surgical and maternity services. The Emergency Department is open 24 hours per day, every day of the year, seeing in excess of 56,000 presentations a year. Suitable patients may receive medical care in their home or other residential setting through Calvary’s Hospital in the Home program.
From the Barton campus, Clare Holland House is the leading provider of palliative and end-of-life care in the ACT, providing a mix of inpatient, outpatient and residential / community based services.
Services provided by Calvary Public Hospital Bruce campus include:
- a 24/7 emergency department
- intensive and coronary care
- medical and surgical inpatient services
- maternity services
- voluntary psychiatric services
- specialist outpatient clinics
- Hospital in the Home service.
Services provided at Clare Holland House Barton campus include:
- inpatient specialist palliative care service
- palliative care outpatients clinics
- community based domiciliary palliative care service.
As a teaching hospital, Calvary Public Hospital Bruce is affiliated with the Australian Catholic University, the Australian National University and the University of Canberra as well as providing clinical placements for a number of other tertiary providers.