Caboolture Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Your Stay at Caboolture Private Hospital

We have a range of accommodation including:

  • Single rooms with shower and toilet facilities
  • 2 bed rooms with shared shower and toilet facilities

All of our accommodation is classified as private and it is our aim to accommodate you as comfortably as possible. Single room allocation is based on clinical need as determined by the Clinical Nurse Manager and/or your doctor in each area.

Caboolture Hospital is undergoing a major expansion and redevelopment, and this will have some impact on the access and carparking for patients and visitors to Caboolture Private Hospital. Read more here >>

We can arrange for ministers of religion to visit at your request. Please ask the staff if you require assistance.

Whilst we do not have a coffee shop inside our Hospital we do have a patients and visitors lounge with vending machine tea and coffee, soft drinks and snacks.

A Coffee Shop is located on the ground floor of the Caboolture Public Hospital. Hot snacks, sandwiches, beverages, magazines, papers and flowers are available. Opening hours are:

  • Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
  • Saturday 9am – 4pm

We accept Eftpos and most credit cards at Caboolture however we do not accept American Express or Diners Club cards.

All appliances must be checked by the Hospital electrician prior to being used due to workplace health and safety regulations and to ensure patient safety. Please advise staff if you have a razor or hair dryer or other piece of equipment you wish to have checked.

Available on request at your cost.

Available on request.

The Hospital does not provide a personal laundry service. Please make your own arrangements with the help of family and friends.

Patients can send and receive mail and faxes. Mail delivered after your discharge will be forwarded to your home address.

We offer a range of delicious and healthy meals. Special dietary requirement meals are catered for on request and a dietitian is available for consultation when required.

When you are admitted please ask our staff if mobiles can be used in your room. Mobiles may be used in all public areas including the coffee shop. Caboolture Private Hospital does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage to your mobile phone.

The local paper is delivered daily to the Hospital.

A pharmacy dispensing service is provided to in-patients and day patients. Discharge medications are also arranged and provided through this service at your own cost.

Smoking is not permitted within the Hospital or within the entire Private and Public Hospital campus. Read more about Smoke Free Campus.

There is a telephone beside every bed for local, STD and mobile calls. ISD calls can be arranged via reception.

There is a television in each room, including Foxtel channels.

We recommend that valuables are left at home. Whilst we will try to ensure that all patients possessions are safe and secure we can not accept liability for any loss of patient items during a hospital stay.

The Hospital has a Veterans’ Liaison Officer/Care Coordinator (VLO), who is cognisant of the needs of older people and in particular the needs of Entitled Persons. The VLO coordinates with hospital treatment providers to enhance the treatment and service provided to Entitled Persons and acts as a single point of contact for DVA clients, their families and carers, ExService Organisations and DVA with particular regard to resolution of concerns and problems.

When you visit our hospital, you’ll need to use the state government check-in app. Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation in Australia, we also recommend checking if any visitor restrictions are in place before coming to hospital. You can do this by calling us or checking our COVID-19 information page.

Please note during this unprecedented time our visiting hours are restricted. Please contact the hospital to check our current visiting restrictions. We thank you for your co-operation during this time.

Information for visitors

We understand many people will want to visit their loves ones in hospital, however we need to make sure we are doing everything we can to protect our patients and health care workers.

Current visitor restrictions:

  • 2 vaccinated visitors ONLY per patient per day during nominated visitor hours
  • Patient visitors under 12yrs are asked to refrain from entering the patient wards. Exemptions will be reviewed upon application.
  • All visitors 16yrs and above must have 2 TGA approved COVID 19 vaccinations, be asymptomatic and wear a mask

General Wards:

Daily from 10am – 5pm


Should you not wish to have visitors or phone calls, please inform the Clinical Unit Manager or the Nurse looking after you.

Your stay