Hollywood Hospital Visiting Hours: 3.00 pm to 8.00 pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10.00 am to 8.30 pm on weekends and public holidays: Visitors are welcome at Hollywood Private Hospital, but due to COVID-19 restrictions some policies apply:
- Visitors will be required to check-in with the SafeWA app or in writing on the contact register.
- Visitors should practice physical distancing, such as keeping 1.5 metres away from others wherever possible. Avoid physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses.
- Please remember to clean your hands often, and especially before you enter your family member /loved one’s room, and also as you leave.
- Restrictions around interstate visitors and G2G passes apply.
If you have any further questions about our visitors’ policy, please call ahead via the switchboard on 9346 6000 and they will connect you to the appropriate area.
Hollywood Hospital Visiting Hours
It’s important we provide quiet times for our patients to rest and recover. However, it can be equally important for patients to receive visitors. We do request our visiting hours are adhered to where possible.
Visiting hours are between 8.00am and 8.00pm, though some wards encourage patients to rest between 1.00pm and 2.00pm.
The Hollywood Clinic has visiting hours from 3.00pm to 8.00pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10.00am to 8.30pm on weekends and public holidays.
James Woods Ward has visiting hours from 12.00pm to 2.00pm and from 3.00pm to 8.00pm.
We appreciate there are valid reasons to visit outside visiting hours. Please check with ward staff as to what is best for your family or friend during their hospital stay at Hollywood Private Hospital.
Locating a Patient
Visitors can phone Enquiries on 08 9346 6000 to find out the location of their family or friend staying at Hollywood Private Hospital before coming to visit.
Visitors can also be directed by our front desk staff in the main foyer.
There are several visitor car parks at Hollywood Private Hospital. Please refer to our hospital map for car park locations.
The majority of bays are housed in the multi-storey car park accessible via Entrance 5, off Monash Avenue.
There are also a small number of short term parking bays available outside Hollywood’s main reception via Entrance 2, Monash Avenue. For all other parking, visitors and patients should proceed to the multi-storey car park.
Visitor parking is also available at the following campus locations:
Entrance 5 Surrounding the Hollywood Medical Centre building (off Monash Avenue)
Entrance 5 Adjacent to The Hollywood Clinic (off Monash Avenue)
Entrance 6 Outside Ramsay Health Plus (off Verdun Street)
Entrance 7 Nearby to Lawrence McCarthy ward (off Verdun Street).
Please note, Hollywood has recently installed boom gates to enhance security on the campus. While there is no change to the cost of parking for visitors, visitors accessing the site via the boom gates (which are at every entrance except for Entrance 2) are required to take a parking ticket to gain access. Payment is later required at already established pay stations in the carparks before presenting the ticket (at the boom gate) to exit. Alternatively visitors can tap their credit card to enter and exit (which is when payment is be deducted).
All Visitor Parking is Pay ParkingThere is limited off-campus parking available on Monash Avenue, opposite Clifton Street. However, time limits apply.
Hospital Parking Fees*
The following parking fees apply to all patients and visitors who park on the Hollywood Private Hospital campus:
Five visit pass*
Regular Visitors – Five Visit Pass
For patients who attend on a regular basis, the five visit pass*, weekly and monthly discounted car park passes are available for purchase at the following locations:
- Security department
- The Leslie Starcevich Day Suites front reception
- The Hollywood Clinic front reception.
Please note the five visit pass, weekly and monthly discounted car park passes are not available for purchase by students attending training at the hospital.
*The five visits can be used over a 12 month period.
We have 23 parking bays for ACROD Permit Holders. ACROD Permit Holders will be expected to pay for parking.
Parking Payment Methods
Multi-Storey Car Park
Payment machines accept:
- all credit cards
- all Australian currency notes and coins (except fifty cent coins) – change given
Pay and Display Car Parks
Payment machines accept:
- all credit cards
- all Australian currency notes and coins (except fifty cent coins) – exact change required
Please Note: Payment machines will not accept debit cards.
There are various entrances at Hollywood Private Hospital, as shown on our hospital map.
Entrance 2 Monash Avenue
For access to Hollywood Private Hospital main receptionPlease note Drop off and short term parking only. For all other parking, please use the multi-storey car park via Entrance 5
Entrance 3 Monash Avenue
Access restricted to construction traffic only from 23 March 2020
Entrance 4 Monash Avenue
For access to Hollywood Specialist Centre
Entrance 5 Monash Avenue
For access to Hollywood Medical Centre, The Hollywood Clinic and multi-storey car park
Entrance 6 Verdun Street
For access to Ramsay Health Plus
- Entrance 2: Outside the hospital’s main entrance
- Entrance 3: Due to construction commencing on the Emergency Department project on the 23 March 2020, access to the Marjorie Brislee Wing via entrance 3 will cease. Access will be via the Hospitals Main Entrance at entrance 2 or by following the directional signage from the multi storey carpark through entrance 5
- Entrance 4: Outside the entrance to the Hollywood Specialist Centre
- Entrance 5: Outside the entrance to the Hollywood Medical Centre
- Entrance 6: Outside the entrance to Ramsay Health Plus
To be referred to Hollywood Private Hospital, please consult your GP who will make a referral to the appropriate specialist who is accredited to Hollywood.
Hollywood Private Hospital is owned by Australian company Ramsay Health Care Pty Limited, a name synonymous with quality private healthcare. Ramsay Health Care is the largest private hospital group in the country.
Hollywood Private Hospital offers a wide range of specialties which includes:
- Bariatric/obesity surgery
- Cancer Care
- Cardiology & cardiothoracic surgery
- Clinical microbiology
- Colorectal surgery
- Ear, nose and throat surgery
- General medicine
- General surgery
- Paediatric surgery
- Palliative care
- Plastic surgery
- Psychiatry/Mental health
- Renal medicine
- Respiratory medicine
- Robotic surgery
- Sleep studies
- Spinal surgery
- Thoracic surgery
- Vascular surgery
Hollywood Private Hospital has more than 700 accredited specialists working across a wide range of medical specialties. Our specialists are widely regarded as among the best in Western Australia, with many actively engaged in medical and clinical trial research.
To search for a specialist, click here
Our hospital facilities are an integral part of our commitment to providing excellence in patient care. As an acute care hospital, we have a number of high care facilities equipped with the latest diagnostic, medical and surgical equipment.
Our Acute Admissions Assessment Centre is able to take acutely unwell patients, while the Intensive Care and Coronary Care units have monitoring equipment and staff who specialise in caring for high dependency patients.
Our Angiography Suite is recognised as one of the most advanced in Australia.
Our 20 theatres contain some of the most innovative technologies including robotic surgery capability.
- Assessment Centre
- Angiography Suite
- Coronary Care Unit
- Day Surgery Unit
- Gastroenterology Unit
- The Hollywood Clinic (mental health)
- Hugh Edwards Rehabilitation Unit (including day rehabilitation program)
- Intensive Care Unit
- Leslie Starcevich Day Unit (oncology & haematology)
- Operating Suite
- Sleep Study Laboratory
New COVID-19 screening tool at Hollywood Private Hospital
Hollywood Private Hospital has introduced a new screening process for all visitors, patients and contractors coming into the hospital. In line with other Ramsay Health Care hospitals, Hollywood is using the newly developed Ramsay QR code to streamline entry processes by offering people the chance to complete the screening questions before arriving.
If you are a visitor, patient or contractor you will need do the following:
Step 1 Hold your smartphone camera up to the QR Code which can be found on posters and floor stickers at entrance points. Simply hover the camera over the code as if you were going to take a photo of it.
Step 2 Click the link that pops up on your screen and simply follow the prompts.
Step 3 Answer all questions.
Step 4 Show your phone confirming the results to the staff member who is at the door of the hospital as you enter.
Don’t forget to use the hand gel as you enter.
Do I have to wait until I arrive at the hospital to complete the screening questions?
You can complete the screening questions at home but you must do it on the day you are visiting as the code is only valid for 24 hours.
Do I need a smartphone to access the screening questions via the QR code?
If you don’t have a smartphone, don’t worry – the staff at the door of the hospital will ask you to respond to the screening questions before you are permitted to enter.
What questions will be asked?
- What area of the hospital are you going to?
- Have you ever been diagnosed with COVID-19?
- Have you been in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the past 14 days?
- Have you been formally identified as a close contact of a confirmed case?
- Are you unwell with any cold or flu-like symptoms including: fevers, cough, vomiting, diarrhea, night sweats or chills, or acute respiratory infection including cough shortness of breath or sore throat?
- Have you travelled overseas in the past 14 days?
- Have you travelled interstate in the past 14 days?
What happens to personal information collected using the QR code?
Why is this happening now?
Where exactly are the screening points at Hollywood?
Some of our support areas, such as engineering and supplies will also be screening contractors in their departments.
*please note that restrictions on visiting are still in place, and only 2 visitors are permitted at a time. We appreciate your cooperation with this, thank you.