Thank you to our Corporate and Community Supporters
We wish to thank the corporate and community groups who generously supported our staff
Introducing an exciting new partnership
We are proud to announce the launch of our new partnership
Marvellous Macca is Top Dog
St Vincent's therapy dog, Macca, has been crowned ‘Top Dog with a Job’.
Supporting and recognising our staff
We wish to thank the 2021 Staff Award sponsors – Bank First, Hesta and Finsbury Green.
St Vincent’s Kids Ward - A Whole New World
The kids ward at St Vincent’s Private Hospital East Melbourne is a sight to behold.
Revolutionary, life-saving surgery
Graham will be forever grateful to the St Vincent’s Cardiology team because they saved his life.
Generous donation for vulnerable patients
Clothing company, UNIQLO, have donated 1,500 HEATTECH tops valued at over $29,500 to St Vincent’s ...
Corporate support to protect our staff
Generous support from our corporate partners enabled the purchase of state-of-the-art masks for our ...
Social distancing inspires team to go dry for July
Members of St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne's Emergency Department went dry in July.
Life-changing surgery for some special children
St Vincent’s Private Hospital East Melbourne has donated life-changing surgeries for children from...
Going virtual to Run Melbourne
The cancellation of the Run Melbourne didn’t stop Prague House Health Care Worker, Ciera Dunne fro...
Celebrating the life of a loved one
Discover why the Sawaya family chose to ask for donations in lieu of flowers to celebrate the life o...
Hitting rock bottom... and deciding to RUN with it
JUST a few weeks from graduating from university after five years of studying Law and Commerce, Zara...
Cancer can strike in the most unexpected ways
For Germaine Symons a swim at the beach resulted in a devastating discovery.
The implant giving hope to Aussies with epilepsy
Professor Mark Cook and his team, have devised an implant at the ACMD that could be life-changing.
A brave battle
Souhail’s cancer journey began with virtually no warning signs. He was fulfilling his life-long dr...