Thank you to our supporters
If it wasn’t for the generous support of the community we wouldn’t be able to purchase new equipment, improve patient health care, drive cutting-edge research or educate our new generation of clinicians.
Donor of the Month
Until 12 months ago, Mildura fruit grower Michael Piscioneri led an active, healthy lifestyle, running his family’s business and taking care of his young family.
Australian women join forces for St Vinc...
On Friday, 1st June The Sisterhood Charity Luncheon saw more than 400 inspiring women join forces to raise $65,320.
Channel 9 and Tim Campbell visit Prague ...
St Vincent’s Hospital Prague House is home to 45 residents living with a mental health diagnosis and or an acquired brain injury.
A night of celebration
We were joined by more than 600 supporters to help celebrate 125 years of caring for the Victorian community.
Generous funding received from the VMRAF
St Vincent’s Researchers and the St Vincent’s Foundation collaborate to secure generous funding from the 2019 Victorian Medical Research Acceleration Fund (VMRAF).
New Rehab Power Wheelchair
Emma Parfitt is an Occupational Therapist at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. She works in the Rehab Ward and is constantly working towards maximizing people’s independence.
Channel 9 visits St Vincent's Private Hospital's maternity ward. They met cousins Harry, Charlie and Max who were all born days apart by three sisters.
Recognition for Excellence in Health
Congratulations to the Director of Orthopaedics Professor Peter Choong, who received the 2019 National Health and Medical Research Council.
Australian First 'Magic Mushroom' Medica...
“Magic Mushrooms” will be prescribed to those in palliative care under an Australian first medical trial at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne.
Scholarship Program to Train Sister Doct...
St Vincent's is part of a scholarship that provides training, mentorship and research opportunities for healthcare providers in India.
Federal Government commits $30 million t...
We are delighted to announce a $30 million funding commitment from the Federal Government towards ACMD at Melbourne’s St Vincent’s Hospital. The federal funding, along with the $60 million that has been promised by the state government, will allow the $180 million project to go ahead. Private philanthropy and commercial partners are expected to complete the required funding for this remarkable project.