Adventist Healthcare
  1. State-of-the-art Facilities

    State-of-the-Art Facilities
  2. Exciting Employment Opportunities

    Exciting Employment Opportunities
  3. Cutting Edge Technologies

    Cutting Edge Technologies
  4. Caring for Others

    Caring for Others

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Welcome to Adventist HealthCare

Sydney Adventist HospitalAdventist HealthCare Limited is Christian organisation owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, operating several businesses including Sydney Adventist Hospital - NSW's largest private hospital, San Day Surgery Hornsby, San Radiology & Nuclear Medicine, Sydney Adventist Hospital Pharmacy and ELIA Wellness.San Day Surgery Hornsby

As a not-for-profit organisation our purpose is to benefit our community members – not shareholders, with all proceeds reinvested back into services & University of Sydney
facilities ensuring we provide the best possible care.

Adventist HealthCare employs over 2,300 staff members, supported by 500 volunteers, and approximately 1,000 accredited medical practitioners providing Avondale College
world-class expertise and care for thousands of people each year.

The organisation’s reputation for exceptional care is built on the continuous provision of leading medical & surgical care, underpinned by the expertise, San Foundation
commitment and compassion of our people, and our faith-based approach to caring for the whole person – which is reflected in our Mission ‘Christianity in Action – caring for the body, mind and spirit of our patients, colleagues, community and ourselves’.

Our Facilities & Services

Our Facilities & Services

          How to Donate

How to donate

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Latest News

San Urologist Professor Henry Woo discusses his recent Australian first procedure on radio 2GB

San Professor Henry Woo performed an Australian first procedure to treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Channel Nine News reports on a new stroke reducing device being used by San Doctors

Watch the report from Channel 9News health reporter Gaby Rogers here

Anti-stroke protection device used during TAVI (Channel Nine News story expected Monday 28th September in the 6pm News bulletin)

An anti stroke protection device is being used by San Dr’s where appropriate during Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) to minimise the risk of stroke.