About Alfred Health
We provide the most comprehensive range of healthcare services in Victoria through our three hospital campuses, a large network of community programs and 14 statewide services.
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Alfred Health Reconciliation
Womindjeka- Come. Alfred Health recognises the importance of creating a culturally diverse and supportive workplace for Aboriginal people. We aim to increase Aboriginal employment and education at Alfred Health and encourage Aboriginal job seekers to apply for opportunities advertised. All of our services are located within the lands of the Kulin people. We acknowledge the Boon Wurrung and the Wurundjeri clans of the Kulin Nation who are the custodians of the land and waters, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.
Nursing at Alfred Health: A Career That Makes a Difference
Wanting a change in career, surrounded by a passionate team? Alfred Health is the place for you. Across 3 hospitals and 14 locations statewide, our team work together to provide the best care for our community and our patients.
Come and Join our Diverse Team!!!
At Alfred Health, it's our differences that make us unique and help us care for our patients.
Join the ICU Team!!
More critically ill and injured patients are being cared for in The Alfred’s 45-bed intensive care unit than ever before as the hospital marks 10 years since the modern facility opened its doors in 2008. Since the first patients filled beds in the $25 million ICU, more than 24,000 of the State’s sickest patients have received leading care following car accidents, burns, injury and acute illness. More than half of patients arrive by air and road for the specialist care offered by our state-wide services including trauma, heart and lung transplantation, burns and hyperbaric medicine. It’s an ICU for all Victorians. The Alfred (Melbourne, Australia) is one of Australia’s busiest hospitals, known for its specialised services and care for complex patients.
Our new trauma ward is now open
5 West is our first purpose-built facility dedicated to early recovery of trauma patients. It will help us meet the growing demand for emergency and trauma care, and provide an improved experience for our trauma and orthopaedic patients. The new ward will treat about 2,500 seriously injured patients each year. "Major redevelopment such as this requires a lot of support both on the ground and behind the scenes, and we'd particularly like to thank the reams on 4 West, 5 East and 6 West, for putting up with a range of disruptions and noise along the way," said Martin McCall-White, Deputy Chief Operating Officer. Watch the video to see which parts of the ward staff are most excited about, and how it will benefit patients.