The Gold Coast Hospital provides health care from the state border of NSW to the Coomera region in Queensland as part of the Gold Coast Health Service District.
Medical, nursing, clinical and non-clinical support staff, along with volunteers, work together to deliver quality care and service to the community.
Providing approximately 500 beds and admiting over 60 000 patients annually, the Gold Coast Hospital is a teaching hospital for Bond and Griffith Universities’ medical, nursing and allied health students.
Gold Coast Hospital will close when Gold Coast University Hospital becomes operational in 2013.
Queensland is the fastest growing state in Australia. The Gold Coast is expected to have a population of 640 000 by 2016, as well as a significant tourist and transient population.
The Gold Coast Hospital is an acute general hospital offering specialties in:
The Gold Coast is serviced by two nearby airports:
Airport bus services, taxis, rental cars, limousine services provide transport from either airport to Southport. The Airtrain provides transport from Brisbane International Airport. Travel time from the Gold Coast Airport is approximately 20 minutes and from Brisbane approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. Surfside bus service provides local bus service to the Gold Coast.
The Gold Coast Hospital provides a bus shuttle service between to Robina Hospital and Carrara Health Centre.
108 Nerang Street
Phone: (07) 5519 8211