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Roma Hospital

icon Roma Hospital has been classified as a district hospital, under new guidelines for rural and remote health facilities that are being introduced progressively across the state.
icon Roma Hospital is a 39-bed facility that offers medical, emergency, maternity and surgical services, plus retrievals with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
icon Roma Hospital offers child health services, including paediatric speech pathology, a parent cafe, breastfeeding clinic, immunisation clinic, paediatric occupational therapy and physiotherapy.
icon In May 2014, a new seven-bed, sub-acute/rehabilitation service opened. This unit provides geriatric evaluation and management, as well as rehabilitation services and ambulatory clinics, including pain management, dementia and memory services, a continence clinic and a mobility clinic.
icon Pathology and radiology services are offered five days a week and 24-hours on call, and ultrasonography is provided for two days, every fortnight.
icon Community and allied health services include alcohol and drugs, chronic disease management, community nursing, dental, podiatry, dietetics, cardiac, occupational therapy and speech pathology.
icon Home and Community Care services, including domestic assistance, social support, nursing care, personal care, meals and home maintenance are available to eligible clients.


197-234 McDowall Street,
Roma, QLD, 4455

PO Box 124,
Roma, QLD, 4455


+61 7 4624 2700


+61 7 4624 2711

Office hours

0800 - 1700

Distance to main referring hospitals

Toowoomba Base Hospital 342km
Princess Alexandra Hospital 474km


Accident & Emergency
General ward
Antenatal, birthing and postnatal services
Pathology Laboratory
Sub-acute rehabilitation
Geriatric Evaluation and Management
Pharmacy (hospital use only)
Wound management
Palliative care

Visiting specialist services

Flying Surgeon
Flying Obstetrician/Gynaecologist
Endocrinology (delivered by Telehealth)
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist

Community and allied health services

Occupational therapy
Speech therapy
Social work
Dietetics and nutrition
Diabetes education
Early intervention parenting program
Mental health
Immunisation clinics
Continence advisor
Cardiac services
Cardiac rehabilitation
Health promotion/prevention activities including Tai Chi
Heart Foundation walking groups
Community Health Interface program
Child health
Women's health
Aged care assessment
Drug and alcohol services
Indigenous health
Health promotion/prevention

Home and Community Care services (HACC)

Frail aged
People with disabilities and carers

Capital works or recent imprivements

In May 2014 a new seven-bed, sub-acute/rehabilitation service at Roma Hospital will open. This new unit will provide geriatric evaluation and management, as well as rehabilitation services and ambulatory clinics including pain management, dementia and memory services, a continence clinic and a mobility clinic. The sub-acute unit is available for the whole of the South West region.

A $3 million upgrade at Roma Hospital that includes updating of essential fire compartmentation and electrical safety systems was completed in February 2014.

The Maranoa Midwifery Group Practice was launched in May 2013 and has received enthusiastic support from local families, and the wider community. Under this model, most women now receive the benefits of Continuity of Midwifery Care from a known midwife who supports them during pregnancy, labour and birth, and up to six weeks after the birth. The Maranoa Midwifery Group practice is supported by local midwives, nurses, medical officers, and the Flying Obstetrician.

Last updated: 12 September 2014