Hollywood Private Hosts
Psychiatry Master Class
8 HOSPITAL NEWS NEW to the Australian marketplace,
Northside Group Cremorne Clinic has officially
opened The Harrison Suite.
An exciting addition to the Cremorne facility, this hotel-style
suite offers the patient an additional level of service and
comfort whilst receiving a tailored individualised treatment
plan covering a range of mental health disorders.
The Harrison Suite is discretely situated on the second
floor at the rear of the premises and away from the hustle
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and bustle of clinic life, and comprises 40sqm inclusive of a
separate queen size bedroom, luxury modern ensuite and
separate lounge/TV room.
With complimentary care pack on-arrival and daily fruit
basket, the Harrison Suite patient also has use of our in-house
personal trainer, in-house masseuse and on-demand dining.
Standard to this, the patient will receive an individualised
treatment plan, utilising a range of medical and psychological
treatment modalities which are the hallmarks of the
Northside Group’s reputation and their Four Pillars Program
of Health and Recovery.
Reminiscent of a private residence, this spacious
accommodation is filled with natural light, has Hampton-style
furnishings, Wi-Fi, Netflix and TV in both lounge and bedroom.
Northside Group Cremorne has also completed renovations
to refresh and update the look and feel of the Clinic.
With a 'Hamptons style’ design palette, the Clinic update
also includes a fully serviced gym and massage room,
and warm and inviting spaces for patients to feel secure
Northside Group Cremorne Clinic
introduces new luxury suite
Australia’s first Orthopaedic
exhibition visits Wollongong
Wollongong Private Hospital has
been one of only a handful of NSW
hospitals to host the Australian
first travelling Exhibition of
Orthopaedics in Australia.
Now in its second year, the travelling
exhibition celebrates the contribution of
orthopaedic surgery to the health and
well-being of the Australian community.
Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA)
President Dr Lawrie Malisano said, “we
are pleased to welcome our travelling
orthopaedic exhibition to the people of
Wollongong and can think of no better
place to host the exhibition than one of the
leading orthopaedic hospitals in Australia -
Wollongong Private Hospital”.
The exhibition was on display at the
hospital in late February and featured
information on sports injury prevention,
the evolution of joint replacement,
developments in the treatment of fractures
and innovations including the use of 3D
printing, robotics, computer navigation and
customising implants during surgery.
brought some of
the world’s leading
psychiatrists to Perth
for the 3rd Annual
Chief Executive Officer, Hollywood Private Hospital, Peter Mott;
Professor Guy Goodwin; Hollywood Psychiatrist, Dr Mathew Samuel;
Operations Executive Manager WA and SA, Ramsay Health Care,
The industry event was held in March at
The University Club, University of Western
Australia, and included presentations by
Australian and international experts on the
topic of mood disorders such as depression
Hollywood Chief Executive Officer, Peter
Mott, said “As a leading provider of mental
health services to the Western Australian
community, Hollywood works to ensure
patients across the State have access to
the highest quality care and treatment. By
supporting this event, we hope to enhance
the expertise of WA’s psychiatrists and the
care they deliver.”
The event is the only master class for
psychiatrists of its kind in WA and allows
attendees to benefit from the knowledge of
six presenters, including this year’s keynote
speaker Professor Guy Goodwin from
University of Oxford. Professor Goodwin is
a leading psychiatrist whose interests are
in the treatment of bipolar disorder and the
application of neuroscience in understanding
the neurobiology of mood disorders, with a
focus on developing new treatments.
Hollywood Psychiatrist, Dr Mathew Samuel,
added “I’m very proud that Hollywood was
once again a major sponsor of this event.
At The Hollywood Clinic, the hospital’s
70 bed inpatient and day patient mental
health facility, we care for more individuals
with mood disorders than any other
condition. Due to the increasing number
of individuals seeking treatment for mood
disorders, it’s essential WA’s psychiatrists
have the necessary knowledge to provide
comprehensive and specialised care specific
to patients’ needs.”