Last updated 22 October, 2021

COVID-19 Visiting Restrictions: 

We are pleased to advise that from Monday 25 October we will be welcoming back visitors to our hospital. As patient, staff and VMO safety remains our highest priority, these visitors at this time will be limited to one visitor per patient per day and must:

  • be 12 years of age or older;
  • be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (has had two doses of a TGA approved COVID-19 vaccine);
  • show evidence of their vaccination status to staff before entry;
  • wear a surgical mask upon entry and for the entire time of their visit;
  • scan and register with the Service NSW QR code on display before entry; and
  • check in at the Nurses Station at the ward they are visiting.

Please note visiting hours will also be limited between 12pm-2pm or 2pm-5pm Monday to Friday. On weekends and public holidays, visiting hours are 1pm-4pm.

Visitors who have a valid medical exemption or are not fully vaccinated must contact the hospital for approval prior to visiting.

​​​We will be refusing entry to any visitors who:

  • have been to areas with recent local transmission of COVID-19 in NSW and any interstate affected areas in the last 14 days;
  • have any clinical symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, fever or history of fever (night sweats, chills), loss of taste or smell, fatigue, headache, runny nose, acute blocked nose (congestion), muscle pain, joint pain, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting and loss of appetite)
  • are a close contact of a person with confirmed COVID-19;
  • currently in quarantine or home isolation; 
  • live in a household with a person who is currently in quarantine or isolation; or
  • are waiting for a COVID-19 test result.

We thank you for your cooperation and patience at this time. Please call the hospital ahead of your visit if you have any further questions.

If you have visited an exposure venue, please contact the hospital for further advice. If you are experiencing any cold or flu like symptoms, please contact the hospital. 

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this time

Mask requirements:
In line with NSW Health guidelines, please note all patients will be required to wear a mask when presenting to the hospital and when outside of their rooms. Visitors must wear a mask before entering the hospital and throughout their entire visit. 

The Hills Private Hospital

The Hills Private Hospital is situated at Baulkham Hills, northwest of Sydney. It is an accredited 111 patient-bed hospital that cares for adults experiencing functional disorders. Our dedicated areas of care include rehabilitation and mental health.

Rehabilitation Services

The Rehabilitation Unit at The Hills Private Hospital supports 86-beds and specialises in the rehabilitation of people after surgery, accidents or injury. Our patients are cared for by our multi-disciplinary team that includes:

  • Rehabilitation Physicians
  • Geriatricians
  • Registered Nurses who specialise in rehabilitation
  • Highly-skilled Allied Health Professionals 

Patient care

The multi-disciplinary team approach is to deliver exceptional treatment across several therapeutic areas for our inpatient or day patient programs. 

They include:

  • Orthopaedic
  • Cardiac
  • Neurological
  • Trauma
  • Pain Management Rehabilitation



 Back Care Hydrotherapy


Cardiac Rehabilitation    

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Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

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Falls Prevention

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Neurological Rehabilitation 


Reconditioning Rehabilitation


Mental Health Services

Our mental health unit – Windsor Road Private Clinic is an accredited 25 patient-bed ward. Windsor Road Private Clinic offers various stages of care for people with mental health concerns. People can be admitted to our private hospital accommodation in two ways:

  • A 21-day inpatient program (where you stay in hospital for 3 weeks as an inpatient)
  • A 12-week day program (where you attend one day per week as an outpatient)

Our Treatment

Windsor Road Private Clinic’s treatment is suitable for people with sub-acute to complex mental health concerns. Our treatment provides people with the skills to manage stress and anxiety in everyday situations by developing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques.  Specialised nurses, who have chosen to build their career in mental health nursing, care for our patients at Windsor Road Private Clinic. 

Our private mental health services place a particular emphasis on continuity of care. We tailor each program to meet the needs of each individual and we understand that transition back to the community can be a stressful time for our patients. For those wishing to continue building on the skills they learnt as an inpatient, we offer ongoing support through our day program that includes alcohol and drug addictions, stress, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. 

Equipped for Change

The Equipped for Change Drug and Alcohol Day Program is designed to treat and support patients with a substance disorder. It is a day program for patients so you can participate in life while seeking help. A multi-disciplinary team approach will be utilised.  Team members will come from a range of healthcare backgrounds (Medical, Nursing, Psychology, Counselling). Each patient admitted into the Drug and Alcohol Day Program will be under the care of an accredited Consultant Psychiatrist or AOD Specialist, who approves and oversees their participation within the program.

Equipped for Life

The Equipped for Life program provides a lifestyle-medicine approach to less severe or chronic mental health disorders. This program aims to alleviate the symptoms of mental illness though the use of practical skills which improve quality of life. The program is appropriate for individuals who are contemplative or pre-contemplative around recovering from addiction in a community setting.


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Patient Support
Mental Health Nursing
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Counselling sessions
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Wellness Sessions
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Where is Windsor Road Private Clinic?

Windsor Road Private Clinic is located on level 2 of The Hills Private Hospital
499 Windsor Road
Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153

Patient Transfer Service

transfer service.jpgThe Hills Private Hospital provides a patient transfer service for patients who are being admited to The Hills Private Hospital. Our patient transport service is available for people who require transport from an acute hospital (i.e. Norwest Private, Westmead Private, Sydney Adventist and Macquarie University Hospital). We also offer our patient transfer services from home or the community to The Hills Private Hospital. 

These services include a wheelchair service for clients who require mobility support. 

To arrange a patient transfer, please contact us on 02 9639 3333. 

Inter-hospital transport is available from: 
•    Norwest Private Hospital
•    Nepean Private Hospital 
•    The Hills community


Access to The Hills Private Hospital Rehabilitation Services

Access to The Hills Private Hospital is available via referral. Your local GP, physician or surgeon will be able to assist you with obtaining a referral to a private specialist who is accredited at the hospital and who can organise your admission or enrolment into a program. 

Click the link below to view our referring doctors: 

If you have a referral, please use our [online patient registration through e-admissions portal]. You will need information from your referral letter to complete an e-referral.


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