374 Bagot Rd, Subiaco WA 6008, Australia

Abortion Clinic, Clinics, Diabetes Center, Emergency, Emergency Care Facility, Emergency Care Physician, Emergency Room, Family Service Center, Fertility Clinic, Free Clinic, HIV Testing Center, Mapping Service, Mammography Service, Mental Health Clinic, Mental Health Service, Pain Control Clinic, Occupational Health Service, Reproductive Health Clinic, Walk-In Clinic, Birth Center


(08) 6458 2222


Open Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hoursOpen now
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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King Edward Memorial Hospital

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Melissa stacey said 3 years ago
The midwives and staff at King Eddies supported me perfectly through the hardest time in my life giving birth to my son sleeping. I can’t fault them, any future pregnancy I will be going straight through them. I just wanted to thank all who were involved in making the worst experience into a copeable one. I felt so much care and compassion compared to other places I’d previously had complications at and I just think they do such an amazing job I had to give them a 5 star rating.
Maya Stoimenova said 4 years ago
If there was an option for more stars this hospital definitely deserves it. I have been here 3 times. The first 2 I had ectopic pregnancies. The last one I was brought with heavy bleeding in 26 week pregnant. The staff ( doctors, nurses, midwives, cleaners) are amazing, helpful and so careful. The hospital is clean and tidy. This is the best hospital you can end up and have no worries at all. It has one of the best NICU in the world, which means your little one is in safe hands. The food is delicious. Sometimes you have to wait a bit longer to get admitted but it is a big hospital not a market place. I would definitely recommend and I would like to thank all the staff that have looked after me. I hope I have not been a pain.
Amer Alkorbi said 3 years ago
I can’t forget such wonderful services we had in this professional hospital. We had our baby girl 2015 after previous complicated pregnancies. Love you all members working at this hospital.
Mike Hunt said 3 years ago
just had some excellent service from a young lady named Sam Appleton. keep up the great work.
Adrian Mason said 3 years ago
It has got to be good because it has a Trex composite deck out the back :)

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