South Bank Day Hospital

Renowned for delivering patient outcomes and delivering first-class patient care at state of the art facilities in South Brisbane.

South Bank Day Hospital has three operating theatres and a procedure room utilising the latest state-of-the-art equipment and technology. It is conveniently situated in South Brisbane, in the same building as the Brisbane QEI Clinic on Level 1 at 140 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane 4101, QLD.

 

While most of the procedures at the hospital are eye related and performed by QEI Clinic Ophthalmologists, the facilities are also utilised by other Specialists including, plastic surgeons, MOHS surgeons and maxillofacial specialists.

South Bank Day Hospital has a strong commitment to teaching and research. Hospital staff work closely with Clinicians and Researchers at the Queensland Eye Institute Foundation to help improve clinical care and treatment for all patients.

 

All profits generated from the South Bank Day Hospital are invested back into the work of the Queensland Eye Institute Foundation. South Bank Day Hospital opened in 2014 and was generously supported by the Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation via the Queensland Eye Institute Foundation.

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Where to find us

Our Address

South Bank Day Hospital is located at Level 1, 140 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane 4101, QLD.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 7.00am – 4.30pm

Parking

Undercover parking is available at South Bank Day Hospital (charges apply) from Monday to Friday between 8.00am to 6.00pm. Please scroll down for further information.

Public Transport

South Brisbane Train Station and the Cultural Centre Bus Station are a ten minute walk from South Bank Day Hospital. Please scroll down for further information.

Regular procedures performed include:

Ophthalmology:

  • Cataract removal and lens implantation
  • Penetrating keretoplasty – corneal transplantation
  • Trabeculectomy – glaucoma surgery
  • Vitreoretinal surgery
  • Eyelid surgery (including removal of skin lesions)
  • Orbital surgery including enucleationLacrimal drainage surgery
  • Refractive surgery
  • Ocular plastic surgery
  • Cosmetic eyelid surgery
  • Squint – strabismus
  • Yag and Argon laser

Dermatology:

  • MOHS Micrographic Surgery
  • Minor Lesion Removal

Oral & Maxillofacial:

  • Wisdom Teeth Extractions
  • Dental Extractions

Plastic Surgery:

  • Breast Augmentation
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Neck Lift
  • Face Lift
  • Trigger Finger
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Skin Grafts

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Parking at South Bank Day Hospital

The car park entrance is accessed via Cordelia Street, which is one-way. The entrance is on the left-hand side 30 metres before the intersection with Melbourne Street. We recommend you remain in the far left-hand lane when travelling down Cordelia Street, so you can safely turn into our car park.

When you enter the car park please advise the Secure Parking attendant you are attending South Bank Day Hospital. Secure Parking operates the car park and charges apply.

Public Transport

Train

South Brisbane Station is the nearest to South Bank Day Hospital and is a ten-minute walk along Melbourne Street from the station. Please contact Translink via 13 12 30 for train times.

Bus

The Cultural Centre Bus Stop is a major interchange point on bus routes and a ten-minute walk to South Bank Day Hospital. The nearest stop is on Melbourne Street and is the ‘Cordelia Street’ stop.

Buses run frequently to and from the CBD.

Taxi

A drop off taxi zone is located at South Bank Day Hospital Cordelia Street entrance. Our concierge can arrange a taxi if required.

 

National Safety and Quality Health Services Standards

At South Bank Day Hospital we recognise the importance of patient safety and quality improvement.

South Bank Day Hospital (operated by South Bank Medical Group) is licensed with Queensland Health and accredited to the latest International Organisation of Standardisation (ISO 9001). It is currently accredited with the Australian Council of Care Standards under the National Safety and Quality Health Services Standards (NSQHS). These standards ensure patient safety and risk prevention strategies are in place during your procedure and stay.

We place great value on quality improvement and risk minimisation programs which include input from patients and medical professionals to constantly address issues that impact on levels of patient care.