For more information on NSW Health Pathology click here.
Sydney, NSW, 2000
Open 8:00am -3.30pm (Collection centre)
We are open Monday - Friday 8:00am - 3.30pm
We are closed between 12.30pm - 1pm weekdays, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.
To enquire about your Pathology results, contact the NSW Health Pathology call centre: 1800 073 257.
- We collect samples from adults. Please note: no appointment is required
- We do not offer Glucose Tolerance Testing
- We do not collect specimens from children
General and Concessional Parking
For information on parking in NSW Public Hospitals, click this link.
For information on concessional parking in NSW Public Hospitals, please click this link.
Please click here to see who can claim concession parking.
If you are not eligible for concessional parking, you may request a reduced parking rate. Please talk to the clerical staff or nurses about this.
Information line: For information about connections, destinations and timetables for government buses, trains and ferries in and around Sydney, telephone
131500 or check the NSW Transport Trip planner website. Click here to go to the website.
Train: Martin Place station is directly opposite the hospital and St James station is at the end of Macquarie Street.
Bus: Bus No. 200 stops directly opposite the hospital on Macquarie Street.
Ferries: Circular Quay ferry terminal is approximately a 10 minute walk from the hospital.
NSW Transport provides a range of community transport services and programs to support people who have limited, or no access, to private transport. Or for patients who have difficulty accessing conventional public transport. Community transport services are affordable, flexible and accessible and can be used to travel to medical appointments.
Click here for more information on community transport services.
This video has some important messages on hand hygiene and care plans.
Please click on each language to watch the video.
Sydney, NSW, 2000
Sydney, NSW, 2001
Here is some information about medicines. Some subjects include:
- a useful tool to help you keep track of what medicines you are taking
- easy to read information on medicine and brand names
- information on the medicine phone line to get more information on your medicine
Some useful and easy-to-watch short videos include information on:
- helping you understand the ingredients in medication
- how to manage your medicines during COVID-19
- what question to ask to help you understand your medicines
- what makes medicine work
- what is a 'generic' brand'
For video resources, click on the topic that you want to watch.
A Diabetes Nurse Educator is a registered nurse who specialises in looking after people with diabetes.
At Sydney and Sydney Eye Hospital, the Diabetes Nurse Educator will help you:
- learn about your diabetes
- self-manage your diabetes
- provide information about diabetes
The Diabetes Nurse Educator will also provide support for you and your family or carer.
For more information on Diabetes click here.
Monday - Friday
8am - 4.30pm