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Thank you for choosing Mercy Hospital Mount Lawley. Our teams of staff are committed to providing you with exceptional care and service.

We hold the Values of Compassion, Justice, Respect, Integrity and Excellence to be central to our culture so that your privacy, dignity, independence and individuality are appreciated and upheld.

By placing you, the patient, at the centre of our health care activities, we aim to consistently provide a high standard of service, within a caring environment. Our primary role is to support you in meeting your health needs and fulfilling your expectations while a patient in the Hospital.

On behalf of the Sisters of Mercy, the Board, Hospital Management and Staff, we welcome you to the Hospital and assure you of our commitment to a pleasant, safe and comfortable stay.

The Hospital is licensed to treat 244 patients and provides comprehensive care for private patients, entitled veterans and self-insured patients in the clinical specialties of Obstetrics; Orthopaedics; Paediatrics; General and Day Surgery; Urology; Gynaecology; Plastics; Ear, Nose and Throat; Medicine; Oral Surgery; Bariatric Surgery and Restorative and Mental Health Aged Care.

The Hospital has a purpose-built Endoscopy, Day Surgery and Family Birthing Unit.

Situated on the banks of the beautiful Swan River, with easy access from the Graham Farmer, Mitchell and Kwinana Freeways and five kilometres from the Central Business District of Perth in Western Australia, the Hospital offers beautifully appointed private rooms all with ensuite facilities, television and telephone and many with spectacular river views.


  • Celebrating 70 Years 1937-2007Celebrating 70 years
  • Mercy Hospital Mount Lawley was opened as St Anne's Nursing Home on 10 April 1937.
  • Established by the Sisters of Mercy, St Anne's was the Sisters response to meeting the areas of unmet need they saw within the Western Australian health services at the time.

The Sisters determined that if the Perth community was to receive the high quality health care they deserved, the Congregation would have to build their own hospital.
This generous, innovative and courageous response to an issue has been part of the Sisters of Mercy character since their foundation.
Today, Mercy Hospital Mount Lawley is a Modern, Not-for-profit private hospital that continues to proudly serve its community with the same philosophy of exceptional care started by the Sisters.

Our Vision, Mission and Values
Our MissionHere at Mercy, Mission plays an integral part in everything we do from corporate level right down to our day to day work in dealing with people.

MercyCare is an organisation which was established by the Perth Sisters of Mercy to carry on the work which they began in Perth in 1846 and continued until 1999. Today, MercyCare is a Catholic organisation in its own right inspired by and faithful to the vision and spirit of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy. This history and experience influenced the formation of our Vision, Mission and Values statement. The staff and Board of MercyCare participated in a process which reflected on our role in society and the core of what we are about. This statement is what we aspire to be and live towards every day.
To gain a greater understanding of the MercyCare mission and philosophy you may want to download the MercyCare Mission Booklet.

Our vision is for a world where God's abundant love and mercy is celebrated by all and where every person has access to justice, equity and opportunities for wellbeing.
We realise this vision by working together in the spirit of the Gospels and with the ideals of Catherine McAuley. We cherish our vision as an inspiration for our decision making and as a motivation for our service.

Our mission is to bring compassion to life.
We align ourselves with the life-giving mission of Christ through practical acts of mercy and by responding energetically to the changing needs of people in our community. Through quality, caring services and through advocacy, we work for justice and we support people to enrich their lives. Our core commitment is to those who are vulnerable and distressed in times of disadvantage.

We hold the values of respect, justice, compassion, integrity and excellence to be central to our culture and to the achievement of our vision and mission.
We demonstrate these values in our creative responsiveness to social need: our persistence in the face of challenge: our commitment to human dignity and our hospitality to all.
Appreciating our diversity, we work together to create a climate of trust and collegiality so that in our relationships with each other and with those we serve, we honour each person's gifts and work.


  • Clinical Support Services
  • Day Surgery Unit
  • Mercy Endoscopy Unit
  • ENT & Oral Surgery
  • Mercy Family Birthing Unit
  • General Surgery
  • GP after Hours Clinic
  • Inner-city Aged Care
  • Lions Hearing Clinic
  • Obesity Surgery
  • Mercy Conference Centre
  • Mercy Liver Service
  • Mercy Medicine
  • Mercy Medical Centre
  • Mercy Pain Management
  • Orthopaedics
  • Plastic, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery
  • Pre-admission Clinic
  • Urology Clinic


  • ENT:
  • • Mr John Harlock
  • • Mr Geoffrey Hee
  • • Mr Kwong Lew
  • • Mr Stephen Rodrigues
  • Oral Surgery
  • • Mr Kim Bennet
  • • Mr Dennis Gregory
  • • Mr Evan Kakulas
  • • Mr Ian Rosenberg
  • Gastroenterology
  • • Dr Wendy SC Cheng
  • • Dr Luca Crostella
  • • Dr Digby Cullen
  • • Dr Simon Edmunds
  • • Dr Sharon Masel
  • • Dr Lorenzo Tarquinio
  • • Dr Thomas Waters
  • General Surgery
  • • Mr Jon Armstrong
  • • Mr Max Baumwol
  • • Mr Graeme Clarke
  • • Mr Leon Cohen
  • • Mr James Kent
  • • Mr Sudhakar Rao
  • • Mr Wasily Sakalo
  • Medicine
  • • Dr Christopher Beer
  • Cardiology
  • • Dr Philip Currie
  • • Dr Paul Langton
  • • Dr Pasko Dedic
  • • Dr John O’Shea
  • • Dr Krishna Somers
  • Dermatology
  • • Dr Roland Brand
  • General Medicine
  • • Dr Christopher Beer
  • • Dr Neil Boudville
  • • Dr Robyn Kirwan
  • • Dr Richard Shelley
  • • Dr Krishna Somers
  • Neurology
  • • Dr Susan Ho
  • Occupational Health
  • • Dr John Suthers
  • • Dr Eric Visser
  • Renal Medicine
  • • Dr Neil Boudville
  • • Dr Robyn Kirwan
  • Respiratory Medicine
  • • Dr Sutapa Mukherjee
  • • Dr Stephen Stick
  • • Dr Quentin Summers
  • Rheumatology
  • • Dr Graeme Carroll
  • Sexual Health
  • • Dr Jenny McCloskey
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • • Dr Charles Armstrong
  • • Dr Ian Churchward
  • • Dr Donald Clark
  • • Dr Michael Gannon
  • • Dr Adam Gubbay
  • • Dr Vincent Lee
  • • Dr Glenn Lewis
  • Obesity Surgery
  • • Mr Jon Armstrong
  • • Mr Max Baumwol
  • • Mr Leon Cohen
  • Adolescent Obesity Surgery
  • • Dr Jill Orford
  • • Dr Peter Richardson
  • • Dr Bruce Thyer
  • • Dr John Vujcich
  • • Dr Ann Yoong
  • Gynaecology
  • • Dr Marcus F Rumpus
  • • Dr Tamara Walters
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • • Mr Brett Bairstow
  • • Mr Gavin Clark
  • • Mr Michael Edwards
  • • Mr Greg Hogan
  • • Mr Keith WG Holt
  • • Mr Greg Janes
  • • Mr Clem McCormick
  • • Mr Douglas G Sneddon
  • Paediatrics
  • • Dr Lindsay Adams
  • • Dr Annkathrin Franzmann
  • • Dr Anne Kehoe
  • • Dr Mark Parker
  • • Dr Jacqueline Scurlock
  • • Dr Stephen Stick
  • • Dr Jack Vercoe
  • • Dr Jill Orford
  • Plastic Surgery
  • • Mr Mark Allison
  • • Mr Patrick Briggs
  • • Mr Andrew Crocker
  • • Mr Mark Hanikeri
  • • Mr Robert Love
  • • Mr Paul Quinn
  • Urology
  • • Mr Jerard Ghossein
  • • Mr Jes Judge
  • • Mr Paul McRae
  • • Mr Andrew Tan
  • • Mr Jeff Thavaseelan
  • • Dr Aleksandra Vujovic
  • Vascular Surgery
  • • Mr Marcel Goodman