The Royal Melbourne Hospital is one of Victoria's leading public teaching hospitals, and operates across two campuses.
RMH City Campus
A tertiary, teaching referral hospital providing specialist and general medical and surgical services, including cardiac, neuroscience and oncology, as well providinga major trauma service and Victorian Infectious Diseases Service.
RMH Royal Park Campus
Provides sub-acute care, including aged care, rehabilitation, ambulatory care, and residential and community services. More on RMH Royal Park Campus services.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital is the oldest hospital in Victoria, Australia, built just prior to the gold rush era that led to a boom in Melbourne's population. RMH City Campus first began as The Melbourne Hospital in 1848 and RMH Royal Park Campus as the Immigrants' Aid Society in 1853. See archives for historical information.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital is a privileged member of Melbourne's world-leading Parkville Precinct, and enjoys strong relationships with many of the city's major universities and research institutes.
There are a number of exciting developments underway, including the co-location of the new Royal Women's Hospital at the RMH City Campus site, the development of integrated cancer services and joint projects with community providers to improve service delivery to the communities we serve.