Sydney Adventist Hospital

Sydney Adventist Hospital is a division of Adventist HealthCare Limited.  As a not-for-profit organisation, caring for our patients needs is our first priority.

This spirit of caring is reflected in our mission, “Christianity in Action – caring for the body, mind and spirit of our patients, colleagues, community and ourselves”, and we are committed to living this mission through everything we do.

We aim to care for individuals in a holistic manner, promoting healthy living, providing healing treatments and touching people’s lives through our compassionate and expert care.

The Hospital first started in 1903 as a ‘Sanitarium’ to provide a place of healing where people learned to stay well, and since then we have been affectionately known as ’the San’.

We are proud to be NSW’s largest single campus private hospital, a multi-award winning facility offering access to world class doctors, nurses and other health professionals who are dedicated to our patients’ welfare and are renowned for their expertise and special brand of care.

With more than 2,200 staff and 700 accredited medical practitioners, the San offers comprehensive surgical, medical, and emergency services to over 50,000 inpatients and 160,000 outpatients each year, supported by state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment facilities and innovative services including Hospital in the Home and Cancer Support services.



Christmas Despite Cancer

Dr Yvonne McMaster is  a retired doctor who now volunteers at the SAN Hospital’s Cancer Clinic working with people who have been diagnosed with advanced cancer.

Yvonne leads a community group and regularly meets with people who have beaten cancer and gone on to enjoy many Christmases they were not expecting to see.

The SAN Hospital is developing an Integrated Cancer Centre to house the holistic care it provides to cancer patients.

In the Integrated Cancer Centre, patients will benefit from clinical, physical, social and emotional support all under the one roof.  This will transform the way cancer is treated in Australia and around the world.