South Brisbane Day Hospital

Delivering first-class patient care at state-of-the-art facilities in Woolloongabba.

South Brisbane Day Hospital services visiting specialists including ophthalmologists, plastic surgeons and maxillofacial specialists with five operating theatres and a dedicated procedure room.

The hospital has a strong commitment to teaching and research. Staff work closely with clinicians and researchers at the Queensland Eye Institute to help improve clinical care and treatment for all patients.


All profits generated from the South Brisbane Day Hospital are invested back into the Queensland Eye Institute Foundation to support its sight-saving research. South Brisbane Day Hospital opened in 2014 (as South Bank Day Hospital) with the generous support of the Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation.

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Where to find us

Our Address

Located at 87 Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba QLD 4102.


Free parking is available in the hospital grounds with additional street parking (metered).

Public Transport

The nearest bus stop is 10A on Ipswich Road. Park Road is the nearest train station.

More Information

Information for visiting specialists


To apply to practise at South Brisbane Day Hospital please download a copy of our Credentialing and Scope of Clinical Practice Application Form (QLD) and Hospital By-Laws.

Anaesthetists Only

Anaesthetists applying for accreditation should also complete the following two forms in addition to the above application form:

Anaesthetist Preoperative Preferences
Anaesthetist Preference Card

If you have any questions regarding the application process please contact the hospital credentialing officer on (07) 3239 5090 or via email at: credentialing@sbdh.com.au.


The South Brisbane Day Hospital is accredited to the latest National Safety and Quality in Health Services Standards (NSQHSS) with Global-Mark Pty Ltd.

Hospital Management

Executive Director – Professor Mark Radford MD (Nagasaki), PhD (Flinders)

In addition to his role as the hospital’s Executive Director, Professor Mark Radford is the Executive Director and CEO of the Queensland Eye Institute, a position he has held since 2010. Prior to that Mark worked as a research academic and consultant to governments and businesses worldwide, later moving to Brisbane to run a life science investment, management and commercialisation company.

Chief Operating Officer – Kelly Langdon

Kelly Langdon is the Chief Operating Officer of the South Brisbane Day Hospital and the Queensland Eye Institute, having previously provided general management services as a partner with accounting firm Hanrick Curran. Kelly’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Human Resource Management and Bachelor of Economics.

Hospital Manager – Leanne Mason

Leanne Mason is a Mater trained Registered Nurse (RN) who qualified in 1991. She holds a post-graduate certificate in Perioperative Nursing from the New South Wales College of Nursing. In addition to her time spent at the Mater Adults Hospital she has worked in other Day Hospital Facilities where she has over 10 years’ experience as a Clinical and Operating Theatre Manager. She joined the South Brisbane Day Hospital (previously South Bank Day Hospital) in 2014 and was appointed Hospital Manger in 2017.