Thank you for choosing Hunters Hill Private Hospital
for your hospital care. Owned and operated by Ramsay
Health Care - one of Australia’s largest and most
reputable private hospital operators - Hunters Hill Private
Hospital offers a comprehensive range of services and
facilities. In recognition of our commitment to excellence
in patient care and service, Hunters Hill Private Hospital
has been certified against the Core Standards for Safety
and Quality in Healthcare.
Hunters Hill Private Hospital is a 40 bed surgical, medical
and rehabilitation facility located in the Sydney suburb
of Hunters Hill approximately 10 kilometres north west of
the centre of Sydney.
Hunters Hill Private Hospital provides an extensive range
of inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic, and rehabilitation
services. Equipped with highly skilled practitioners we are
able to provide the very best in rehabilitation care
About Ramsay Health Care
An Australian-owned organisation. Ramsay Health Care
was founded by Paul Ramsay in 1964 and has grown to
become one of the largest and most reputable providers
of private hospital and psychiatric services in the country.
Ramsay Health Care boasts a high quality portfolio of
strategically located hospitals and an excellent record
in hospital management and patient care features which
combine to attract Australia’s leading medical, nursing
and allied health practitioners.
Parkinson’s Reconditioning Program
Parkinson’s Disease is a neurological disorder that
affects the nerve cells in the brain that produce
dopamine. Symptoms of Parkinson’s include muscle
rigidity, tremors, and changes in speech and gait. It is
a chronic condition, slowly progressive and the clinical
course differs from patient to patient.
Rehabilitation therapy for Parkinson’s
Evidence is increasing to support the effectiveness of
well-coordinated multidisciplinary therapies. Aerobic and
learning based exercises could be neuroprotective as
well as improving cardiovascular fitness and reducing the
risk of falls. These therapies aim to prolong independent
function and improve quality of life.
Our clinicians bring a comprehensive, multidisciplinary
program. We offer specifically tailored therapies for
people with Parkinson’s Disease. You will play an
important role in setting your goals with our clinicians
and your progress will be reviewed regularly through
All you need is a referral from your GP or specialist.
Referrals can be sent via our referral pad or letter from
your doctor to the Parkinson’s Reconditioning Program
and faxed to 8876 9436 or email:
Download Referral form
The program involves face to face consultations and
group classes for up to 10 weeks.
Your whole program will be scheduled by our Day
- Initial clinic consultation with our Rehabilitation Specialist.
- Individual assessments with our allied health clinicians including:
- Occupational therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Social Worker
Monday and Thursday 1-4pm
Make the exercise time fun by engaging in our
supervised small group therapy. There will be three
different therapy sessions, each lasting one hour
in duration. Family and carers welcome to attend.
What to wear & bring
- Wear shorts or other comfortable clothes
- Medication you require during the session
How are accounts paid?
If your hospital program is covered by private health
insurance or Veteran’s Affairs, the account will be sent
directly to the relevant organisation. A health fund check
will be completed upon receipt of referral to ensure
coverage. You will be notified of any co-payment or
excess prior to your admission. If it is covered by
Worker’s Compensation or transport accident schemes,
approval must be sought prior to your admission.
Should a patient wish to pay for their treatment
independently, the fee structure will be explained
- Limited free parking is available on site and there is ample parking in adjacent streets.
- Ferry Service – there is a regular ferry service from Circular Quay to Valencia Street wharf. Bus 538 from the wharf stops outside the hospital.
- Regular bus services run from the city.
- For up to the date bus and ferry service information please phone 131 500.
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Queries please contact Day Rehabilitation Coordinator
(02) 8876 9447