Services and Clinics

At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we offer a high standard of patient care to the communities of Canberra, as well as a comprehensive range of health services.

Calvary services – hospitals, Retirement Communities, Aged and Community Care

Clinics, Surgery and Specialist Centres

Calvary reinvests in a range of Specialty Service Centres to meet the needs of our local communities.

We work hard to continually improve access to the most advanced cancer treatment technology and the care we provide through our cancer services at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce. Our treatments follow recommendations from the nation’s leading cancer researchers.

Cancer Care services at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce include:

  • Cancer related surgery
  • Medical Oncology Consultation
  • Clinical Haematology Consultation
  • Zita Mary Clinic day unit for chemotherapy patients
  • ACT Breast cancer Nurses Team
    • Lymphoedema Clinic and specialist support services

    cancer services


    Referral by GP, another hospital, specialist or healthcare provider

    Level 2, Xavier Building

    Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm

    02 6201 6645

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    Cardiology is the study and treatment of heart. It involves treating all areas related to the heart and arteries, including investigations and heart / cardiac surgery.

    Our qualified and experienced Cardiac team uses specialist treatments supported by the latest in medical technology.

    Cardiology services at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce include:

    • Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring
    • Ambulatory Holter Monitoring
    • Coronary Care Unit
    • Electrocardiogram Testing
    • Exercise Stress Echocardiogram Investigations
    • Exercise Tolerance Tests

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce does not provide Angiography, Angioplasty or heart / cardiac urgery. Patients who require these services will be transferred to the Cardiology Department at Canberra Hospital and Health Services. If your treatment requires a transfer to another facility, our care team will discuss those arrangements with you and facilitate your transfer.


    Referral by GP, Emergency Department, another hospital, specialist or healthcare provider

    Level 2, Xavier Building

    Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm

    02 6201 6111

    Palliative Care focuses  on supporting patients who have one or more chronic conditions, with intervention aimed at assisting those people to live complete and comfortable lives through symptom management and suitable treatment of their condition(s) as they progress to the need for end of life care.

    The goal is to help patients achieve dignity, comfort and maximise the quality of life for the patient, family and loved ones.

    Calvary Bruce Public Hospital’s Community Specialist palliative care services operate from Clare Holland House on our Barton campus. From this location we provide outpatient clinic services, care in the home or residential setting, and also inpatient hospice services.

    Clare Holland House


    Referral by GP, another hospital, specialist or healthcare provider

    Clare Holland House, Menindee Drive, Barton

    24/7

    02 6273 0336

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    For medical emergencies, please call 000 for Ambulance assistance.

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, our Emergency Department is always open to help you with any acute illness and injury, and medical emergencies, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including all public holidays.

    We appreciate that medical problems and unexpected events occur anytime and it may not be possible for you to access your usual care and treatment. We are always happy to see and assist you in these stressful times.

    Anyone experiencing any of the following symptoms should attend the Emergency Department immediately:

    • Breathing difficulties
    • Heart attack symptoms (pain, pressure, heaviness or tightness in your; jaw, neck, shoulder(s), chest, back, arm(s))
    • Stroke symptoms (Face, Arms, Speech, Time)
    • Major accident
    • Sudden collapse
    • Uncontrollable bleeding
    • Injury limiting normal function
    • Pain which is not relieved by regular analgesia / pain relief medications

    All patients are assessed on arrival and sorted / triaged into levels of severity and urgency, with the most severe and urgent cases being seen by our clinical team first.  Depending on the severity of your medical emergency and the workload of the ED, you may have to wait for treatment. There are no appointments in a public emergency department. People are not seen in order of arrival.

    Emergency department


    Referral not required

    Level 2, Xavier Building

    24/7

    02 6201 6111

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    The Intensive Care Unit / Coronary Care Unit (ICU/CCU), and High Dependency Unit, provides special care and monitoring for patients with serious medical and surgical conditions.

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce our team of medical and nursing and allied health staff provide care for critically ill patients or for patients recovering from a significant medical or surgical episode. Our modern and hospitable intensive care facility is supported 24/7 by Specialists offering a high level of medical and nursing care for critically ill patients.

    Intensive Care services at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce cover:

    • Coronary care
    • Gastro Intestinal Care
    • High Dependency
    • Orthopaedic Care
    • Vascular Care

    Referral by Emergency Department, Calvary wards, Operating Theatres and other hospitals

    Level 2, Xavier Building

    24/7

    02 6201 6111

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we recognise your pregnancy and journey to parenthood is uniquely personal. Our services are flexible and we will strive to meet your needs and preferences while always placing you and your baby’s health at the forefront of your treatment plan.

    Since we opened our doors in 1979 the Calvary Public Hospital Bruce has provided mother and baby centred services in our Maternity Unit. We are proud of our reputation for providing high-quality Maternity services in a warm and caring environment.

    Calvary offers women the choice of a Midwife Led Maternity Care through the Calvary Birth Centre, or a more traditional maternity service.

    maternity


    Referral not required

    Antenatal Clinic, Level 3, Marian Building

    Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm

    02 6201 6359

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    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we offer inpatient mental health services for adults and older persons presenting with acute mental health issues.

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce’s Mental Health Units offers assessment and treatment for a range of mental health issues on a short term basis. Ongoing longer term recovery and support are provided by Community Mental Health services and other support organisations.

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce’s Mental Health Unit offers support for:

    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Obsessive Compulsion
    • Panic attacks
    • Psychiatric Disorders
    • Substance issues with mental illness medications

    Eligibility

    The majority of admissions are via the Emergency departments at Calvary and Canberra Hospital and Health Services (CH&HS). After hours assessments are only available at CH&HS. Appropriate bed allocation is managed between the services at both hospitals.

    Admissions to the adult unit (Ward 2N) must be able to be safely managed in an open environment.


     Referral and assessment required.

    Patients first require an assessment at the Calvary Public Hospital Bruce or CH&HS Emergency Departments, or by their treating Community Mental Health team or Crisis Assessment and Treatment team (CATT) and should provide any related referral or other information from their GP, another hospital or Psychiatrist.

    Emergency Department, Level 2, Xavier Building

    Mental Health Services, Level 2, Marian Building/Keaney Building

    24/7

    02 6201 6111

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce work in close partnership with the Paediatric Department at Canberra Hospital.

    If your child experiences a significant medical or health episode please call 000 and request ambulance attendance.

    If your child has a less acute condition, please take them to your GP in the first instance but if it worsens please bring them to Calvary Public Hospital Bruce Emergency Department for immediate treatment and an ongoing treatment plan will be formulated by our clinicians and discussed with you.

    This may involve transferring your child to a facility with dedicated paediatric specialist services.


     Emergency Department at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce

     Canberra Hospital

    At the Calvary Public Hospital Bruce Pre-Admission Clinic, patients and their carers are prepared for the whole hospital journey. Our goal is to ensure you fully understand the procedure or surgery you are to undergo and to assess your health and personal circumstances to ensure that you have a positive stay with us.

    Once we receive your Request for Admission from your specialist, we contact you to either arrange an appointment time for a consultation with a specialist Anaesthetist or Registered Nurse, or we conduct a telephone interview to check your health history. We inform you of any tests or other consultations that may be needed prior to your hospital stay. We also commence the discharge planning process to ensure a safe return home.


    Referral by specialist

    Level 2, Marian Building

    Monday to Friday, 8am – 4pm

    02 6201 6111

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we provide specialist outpatient clinics to patients suffering from a range of neurological diseases including Parkinson’s disease, headaches, migraine, epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis and neurodegenerative diseases. There are also specialist TIA and Stroke clinics.


     Referral by GP, ED, another hospital, specialist or healthcare provider

     Ambulatory Patient Care Clinics, Level 2, Marian Building

     Monday to Thursday, 1pm – 5pm

     02 6201 6111

    The Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce (CPHB) is properly constituted in accordance with the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) guidelines, relevant Commonwealth and State legislation and regulations and Catholic Health Australia’s Code of Ethical Standards for Catholic Health and Aged Care Services in Australia.

    The aim of the HREC is to ensure that high ethical standards are maintained in research projects conducted at CPHB, to protect the interests of research subjects, investigators and the institution. In carrying out these functions, the HREC, at all times, takes into consideration guidelines issued by the NHMRC together with the teaching of the Catholic Church and local cultural and social attitudes.


    Level 2, O’Shannassy Building

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm

    02 6201 7162

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    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce undertakes planned (elective) and unplanned (emergency) surgical procedures.

    Many surgical procedures are now undertaken in a day surgery setting, meaning patients are admitted and discharged in a single day.

    Surgical specialties at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce include:

    • Orthopaedic Surgery
    • General Surgery
    • Urology
    • Ophthalmology
    • Endoscopy
    • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
    • Oral & Maxillary Surgery
    • Plastic Surgery

    Surgery and day surgery services


    Referral by GP, another hospital, specialist or healthcare provider

    Level 2, Marion Building

    8am – 5pm (elective surgeries), 12pm onwards (emergency surgeries)

    02 6201 6111

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    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we provide specialist TIA and Stroke clinics.

    There is also a 4 bed Stroke unit providing specialist neurology care for patients with ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke and an acute stroke team for delivery of intravenous thrombolysis in appropriate patients.


     Referral by GP, ED, another hospital, specialist or healthcare provider.

     Ward 5W

     24/7

    02 6201 6111

    The Calvary Public Hospital Bruce Women’s Health Unit specialises in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and is committed to working in partnership to formulate treatment plans that conform to each patient’s preferred approach to their condition.

    Our highly-qualified and experienced team of Women’s Health specialists comprises medical, midwifery, nursing and allied health practitioners who take a holistic approach to women’s health and wellbeing.

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce Women’s Health services are provided in both an inpatient and outpatient setting. Eligible patients can also receive care from the Calvary Hospital-In-The-Home outreach service.


    Referral by GP, another hospital, specialist or healthcare provider

    Antenatal Clinic, Level 3, Marion building

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5pm

    02 6201 6359

    Care and Support Services

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we care about your physical, spiritual and emotional needs. These support services are available to our patients as part of our commitment to holistic care.

    Our Social Work & Psychology Team and our Pastoral Care Team provide support in a non-judgmental, safe and empathic environment.

    You may also find the Calvary “Healing After Loss” booklet helpful at different times of the grieving process.

    Healing after loss


    Referral not required

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm, Weekends via on-call system

    02 6201 6111

    When visiting the hospital

    If you have a planned admission to Calvary Public Hospital Bruce you will have the opportunity to describe your disability and appropriate arrangements can be included in your admission process.

    During your admission members of our Occupational Therapy and other allied health services may join the team providing your care. Your team will talk with you about interim or long-term services to assist with any temporary disability or enduring issues arising from your treatment or pre-existing condition.


     Referrals will be provided to agencies that can assist with disability support services.


    Disability support at home

    Calvary Community Care provides a range of disability services in the home. We support disabled children, adults and older people to be as independent as possible and become actively involved in their local community.

    Calvary Community Care can also help with managing Individual Support Package (ISP) and funding allocations


    Calvary Community Care – in your home

    1300 66 00 22

    DISABILITY SERVICES

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we can help with the practical arrangements involved in returning home from hospital. We can also support you during your recovery.


    Hospital In The Home

    Depending on your condition and social circumstances you may be offered ongoing treatment under the Hospital In The Home program. Under this service you remain an admitted patient but your treatment is delivered in your residential setting.

     Your care team will discuss with you your suitability for transition to Hospital In The Home.


    Calvary Community Care

    Alternatively, Calvary Community Care’s Hospital to Home Service can be provided under a government subsidised support package (if you’re eligible), delivered on a private basis, or as a combination of the two.

    Calvary Community Care can help with everyday tasks to help you recover safely and quickly. It is also useful to consider Community Care services if you have carer, who may not be able to safely move or bathe you; may need a break; or may need time away from home to do other things . Calvary Community Care Services include:

    • Transport to and from hospital appointments and for everyday tasks
    • Cooking and grocery shopping
    • Dressing and showering
    • Cleaning and household maintenance
    • Respite Care

    Community Care

    The Nutrition Department at Calvary Health Care Bruce aims to meet the nutritional needs of patients to optimise wellbeing, recovery and prevent malnutrition while providing nutrition care that adapts to the patient’s individual needs and preferences.

    Our Accredited Practising Dietitians work within a multidisciplinary team to develop individual nutrition care plans. An e-referral can be made for any inpatient requiring medical nutrition therapy including the following;

    • Nutritional assessment
    • Oral nutrition support
    • Education on therapeutic diets
    • Enteral nutrition and Parenteral nutrition

    Please note: Education for pre-existing diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, hyperlipidaemia, gallbladder disease, overweight/obesity, healthy eating advice or vegetarian diet advice will not be provided at Calvary. For access to these services please refer to CHI on 02 6207 9977 to make an appointment with a community dietitian.


    Referral will be provided by your hospital care team

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm

    02 6201 6070

    Occupational Therapy helps people take part in everyday activities. Occupational Therapists help to modify your environment, provide adaptive equipment and explore different ways to complete activities.

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce our Occupational Therapists work as part of a multi-disciplinary team helping with a wide range of conditions including:

    • Palliative care
    • Post-orthopaedic surgery
    • Progressive neurological conditions
    • Recovery from trauma
    • Rehabilitation
    • Stroke rehabilitation

    Our Occupational Therapists are focused on helping you maintain your independence, mobility and safety after you leave Calvary Hospital We’ll look at your home and work with you and your family to find the right equipment and suggest minor modifications to make life easier.

    Occupational Therapists can also organise for minor work to be completed and can give you access to any necessary equipment. All equipment can be trialed, borrowed and purchased.


    Referral will be provided by your hospital care team

    Level 1, Lewisham Building

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5pm

    02 6201 6111

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we offer compassionate emotional support and spiritual care for you, your family and friends. Our Pastoral Care Service acknowledges your beliefs, important relationships and all that is meaningful for you. It affirms your intrinsic value as a person.

    Pastoral Care can help if you are:

    • Emotionally distressed
    • Struggling with a sense of purpose or meaning
    • Experiencing a time of crisis
    • Feeling lonely or isolated
    • Grieving a loss
    • Making important decisions
    • Needing support with your religious/spiritual practice
    • Wishing to contact a priest or minister of religion
    • Preparing for death

    Referral not required

    Ground Level, Xavier Building

    24/7

    02 6201 6111

    If you would like a visit from a Pastoral Carer please ask a staff member.

    The Calvary Public Hospital Bruce Pharmacy provides pharmaceutical services for Calvary inpatients only.

    The Pharmacy Department also provides limited, specialised outpatient services but does not provide a dispensing  service that is available to the general public.

    If you are discharged from the public hospital you will be given a small quantity of medication to last until your follow up appointment with your GP or specialist, usually 3 day supply. It is important that you organise a follow up appointment promptly so that you do not run out of medication.

    Please note: It’s important that you bring your current medications and prescriptions to the hospital if you have a planned admission to Calvary Public Hospital Bruce or arrive as an emergency patient, as this assists the doctors and pharmacists to reconcile your medications for accuracy during your hospital stay.


    Referral provided by your medical team at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce

    Pharmacy Department, Level 2, Xavier Building

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5pm with a weekend service for inpatients

    02 6201 6265

    Physiotherapists assess and provide treatment programs to improve a patient’s physical health and functional ability. Our team offer both individual and group sessions for patients admitted to Calvary Hospital in Bruce ACT, patients admitted to Clare Holland House in Barton ACT and in Home Based Palliative Care. We also provide a service for non-admitted patients who meet the eligibility criteria.

    The Physiotherapy team work closely with medical, nursing and other allied health staff to assist in maximising a patient’s wellbeing and to aid recovery.

    Our Physiotherapy team can help with:

    • Managing musculoskeletal conditions, including fractures
    • Managing lung/respiratory conditions
    • Managing lymphoedema
    • Using walking aids, splints and collars
    • Prescribing appropriate exercises
    • Functional retraining, for example getting in and out of bed and walking

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, Physiotherapy is provided to:

    • Emergency Department patients
    • Acute inpatients
    • Maternity patients
    • Palliative care patients
    • Rehabilitation patients and
    • Non-admitted patients as part of their continuum of care from the hospital

    Referral will be provided by your hospital care team

    Ground level, Marian Building

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4pm

    02 6201 6190

    The Calvary Refugee Mentoring Program is a part of Calvary’s Community Benefit program.

    Calvary staff volunteer to give people with a refugee background the opportunity to gain experience in Australian workplaces.

    The Calvary Bruce Private and Public Hospitals Refugee Mentoring Program helps refugees recognise career opportunities and understand the qualifications required.

    Work placements cover a wide range of work experiences including:

    • Clinical – Emergency Department, Nursing, Maternity, Aged Care & Rehabilitation Services
    • Organisational Development – Facilities & Maintenance, Gardening, Administration
    • Pharmacy
    • Hospitality

    All work placements are flexible and planned around the needs and availability of the participants and mentors.


    Referral by a refugee organisation or other refugee support service

    Level 1, Xavier Building

    Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9am – 3pm

    02 6201 6369

    Our rehabilitation program combines the expertise of Medical Specialists, Nurses and Allied Health Professionals to provide you with the highest quality of care.

    This multi-disciplinary approach helps in achieving successful outcomes, improving your physical condition and helping you to return to your everyday activities.

    We offer rehabilitation for the following situations:

    • Back Surgery
    • Gait Disorders
    • General physical Deterioration
    • Repeated belowOrthopaedic conditions, including factors and joint replacements
    • Musculoskeletal conditions
    • Post major surgery
    • Post major medical conditions
    • Prolonged immobility

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce our Rehabilitation programs often start while that patient is in an acute care setting, and continue as the patient transitions to the Aged Care and Rehabilitation Unit. As your recovery progresses some rehabilitation services can be provided as an outpatient service.


    Referral will be provided by your hospital care team

    Aged Care and Rehabilitation Services, Kearney Building

    Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm

    02 6201 6111

    Respite care is provided as

    • nursing support for a patient when coming home from hospital
    • short term nursing care in or outside the home
    • a support service for carers. It provides time away from their carer role confident that their loved one is being looked after.

    Flexible respite options are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    Respite care services available to Calvary Public Hospital Bruce patients include:


    Clare Holland House

    Providing palliative and end of life specialist care, accommodation is available for two weeks at a time.

    5 Menindee Drive, Barton ACT

     24/7

    02 6273 0336

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    Calvary Haydon Retirement Community

    Located in Bruce, Calvary Haydon provides short term accommodation in beautiful leafy surrounds. Care can be provided from one to two weeks with a maximum of nine weeks in any financial year.

    2 Jaeger Cct, Bruce ACT 2617

     24/7

    02 6264 7400

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    Calvary Community Care

    Calvary Community Care provides a range of respite options available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Services can be delivered in the home or a Support Worker can accompany the family member while the carer takes a break.

     In your home

     24/7

     1300 66 00 22

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    Respite care is subject to availability.

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce our Social Work and Psychology service offers help with the emotional and behavioral impacts associated with your medical condition at the time of your admission to Calvary.

    Working as a member of your care team, the Social Work and Psychology service will formulate with you a care plan to address your social and emotional well-being, addressing difficulties including:

    • Adjustment issues arising from changed life circumstances
    • Anxiety problems
    • Anger issues
    • Depression and other mood disorders
    • Grief and bereavement issues
    • Smoking, alcohol and illegal drug use

    Social Work also involves working with you to help you achieve goals and ensure safe discharge from hospital back into the community. Social work is carried out in collaboration with patients and families as well as Doctors, Nurses and other Allied Health Professionals.  If you have spent a long time in hospital you may need to consider:

    • Accessing services that may not previously have been required
    • Making difficult decisions regarding health care
    • Confirming future plans

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, Social Workers help you with:

    • Aged care placements
    • Adjusting to illness
    • Bereavement counselling
    • Community care placements
    • Coordinating family meetings
    • Discharge planning
    • Information and education
    • Post-surgery services
    • Short term counselling
    • Transport options

    Referral will be provided by your hospital care team

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm, Weekends via on-call system

    02 6201 6111

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce our Speech Pathology team undertakes the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of people in hospital with communication and swallowing difficulties. This includes babies with feeding difficulties. Our speech pathologists will join your care team if you are experiencing difficulties drinking, eating, swallowing, protecting your lungs from food and drink ‘going the wrong way,’ or if your baby is experiencing sucking difficulties.

    You may also see a speech pathologist if you have changes in your ability to talk, understand, read, write or speak clearly. You may experience difficulties as a result of being very unwell or after damage and changes to the brain or structures of the head and neck. This could occur following a stroke, head injury, dementia or diseases such as Parkinson’s or motor neuron disease. Your baby might have feeding difficulties if they were premature or born with a cleft lip or palate.

    The Speech Pathology team will be an integrated element of your overall treatment program, and will also involve your family members throughout your treatment process. Interpreter services are available on request.


    Referral will be provided by your hospital care team

    Allied Health Department, Level 2, Lewisham Building

    Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5pm

    02 6201 6175

    Tests and Diagnostic Services

    Diagnostic services cover a range of scans, x-rays and laboratory tests used by Specialists to determine the cause of an illness.

    At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we offer the following range of diagnostic services.

    Endoscopy is a general term covering any procedure that involves introducing an instrument to examine internal parts of the body.

    Calvary Public Hospital Bruce has a specialist team that carries out the following endoscopic procedures:

    • Colonoscopy (examination of the large bowel)
    • Gastroscopy (examination of the stomach)

    Please note:

    • Endoscopy is carried out under sedation which means you won’t be able to drive home after your procedure.
      • You’ll receive instruction from your GP and your Gastroenterologist about preparing for your endoscopy. Please follow these instructions carefully because if you are not adequately prepared, procedure may be postponed.


      Referral is by GP or specialist, who will initiate your endoscopy arrangements with our Surgical Bookings Team.

      Level 3, Marion Building

      Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5pm

      02 6201 6111

      At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we have on-site medical imaging and radiology services. The Medical Imaging Service at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce performs:

      • General Ultrasounds
      • Musculoskeletal imaging
      • Multi-slice Computed Tomography (CT) Scans
      • Vascular and Soft Tissue Ultrasound
      • X-rays

      Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is also available and provided by Universal Medical Imaging. This service is provided as necessary for Calvary inpatients, and also performs MRI for external clients.


      Referral by GP or specialist. It is necessary to make a booking unless you are an admitted patient at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce.

      Level 2, Xavier Building

      24/7 via on-call system

      02 6201 6111

      At Calvary Public Hospital Bruce we have an on-site pathology service provided by ACT Pathology. These services are provided as a part of the treatment program for admitted patients.

      ACT Pathology also has a collection centre on site for community pathology test requests.


      Referral by GP, another hospitals, specialist or healthcare providers

      ACT Pathology – Collection Centre, Level 2 Marian Building

      Monday to Friday, 7.30am – 5.30pm and Saturday 9am -12pm

      02 6201 6270

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      An appointment is for required for GTT and ECG Testing.