Critical Care

External view of hospital emergency department entrance
Emergency Departments

Our Emergency Departments are located at the Prince of Wales Hospital, St George Hospital, Sutherland Hospital and Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital. 

If you are seriously injured, seriously unwell or have a life-threatening medical emergency, call Triple Zero (000) or go to a hospital emergency department immediately.

Critically ill patient in intensive care being treated by two health professionals
Intensive Care Units (ICU)

We have three main intensive care units, located at Prince of Wales Hospital, St George Hospital and Sutherland Hospital. We also have a neonatal intensive care unit at the Royal Hospital for Women. 

Intensive Care refers to the specialised treatment given to people who are acutely unwell or injured and require specialist medical/nursing care and close monitoring.

Several hospital staff surrounding critical patient
Trauma Service

St George Hospital is the Level 1 Trauma Centre for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, and the wider catchment including the Illawarra/Shoalhaven and Murrumbidgee Local Health Districts