CalvaryCare has arrived at Lenah Valley: our brand new health care app

CalvaryCare is a convenient and secure digital application enabling you to manage your health, care, and wellbeing from your mobile phone.
This exciting, new technology has been designed by our experts to give you instant access to all your important health care information and exclusive features right at your fingertips.
Click here to find out more

About Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital

Calvary Lenah Valley is the largest private hospital in Tasmania. Situated five minutes from the heart of the city of Hobart with spectacular views over greater Hobart, we are a leader in neurosurgery, orthopaedics, urology, gynaecology, surgical and medical care.

We have a modern maternity and women’s health unit, endoscopy unit, critical care unit, intensive care unit and an accident and emergency department (see here for hours).

Calvary Lenah Valley also has an on-site pharmacy and in-patient clinical pharmacy services, as well as a pathology and radiology departments onsite that offers CT scans, MRI and nuclear medicine.

Founded by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary in 1938, Calvary Lenah Valley is a Catholic not-for-profit organisation, investing its returns to improve and develop facilities, staff and services for the continuing benefit of the community.


Regional Management Team – Tasmania Hospitals

Melissa Evans

Regional Chief Executive Officer, Tasmania

Executive Team at Calvary Hobart

Tony Brennan

Director of Mission, Hobart
03 6278 5045

Kate George

Director of Finance, Hobart
03 6220 3753

Leah Magliano

Director of Clinical Services, Hobart
03 6220 5349

Annie Ramsay

Deputy Director of Clinical Services, Hobart
03 6220 3753

Community Councils

Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital has two community representative groups:

1. Calvary Community Council

The Calvary Community Council is a committee of community volunteers who meet regularly to manage our community benefit programs. These programs include:  Community Council Grants which provide funding for local community projects who prioritise the health needs of vulnerable and marginalised Tasmanians and The Mary Potter Foundation which provides funding of hospital care for members of the community who experience economic hardship.

2. Calvary Advisory Group

The Community Advisory Council Group assists the General Manager with, and provides advice on, community and stakeholder engagement. Through this group local consumers and communities can help us to make the best decisions when it comes to planning our services. Representatives are drawn from a broad cross section of the community and meet with Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital executives on a regular basis.