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PRINCE HENRY HOSPITAL NURSING AND MEDICAL MUSEUM


        

Nursing and Medical Museum

The Nursing and Medical Museum was established to showcase the Coast/Prince Henry Hospital from 1881 - 2003.
        

MUSEUM MISSION STATEMENT

The Prince Henry Nurses and Medical Museum seeks to preserve and maintain our hospital's historical heritage that began on the headlands of Little Bay in 1881.

A place for the sick in a beautiful setting which enhanced the healing process. The Museum collection consists of past hospital equipment, a research library and fascinating picture galleries which are accessible to all.

We seek to continue with the culture of Health Care by running programs that educate the community on important health care issues.

To embrace all, especially future generations, the elderly and our local Aboriginal community.

We honour the role our Doctors, Nurses and others from this hospital who daily displayed their professional abilities in the healing process.



                     Come and visit our Museum    
Join us at the Nursing and Medical Museum and enjoy the rich history of the Prince Henry Hospital. Call us to arrange a tour for your school group or for adults.

Location

Prince Henry Hospital Trained Nurses Association

Nursing and Medical Museum

Ward 1 (formerly Ward 18)

2 Brodie Avenue, Little Bay, NSW 2036

phone: 02 9019 0784

click here to email Museum PHHTNA

www.princehenryhospitalnursingandmedicalmuseum.com.au

Opening times  Sundays from 10:00am-3:00pm. All other times by arrangement

Admission Adults: $5.00  School aged children: $2.00

Group tours  of the Museum, Nurses War Memorial Chapel, and the hospital precinct can be arranged Monday through Friday by appointment. School groups are welcome if their curriculum supports the history of the hospital and/or health sciences.

Available tour times: 10:30am to 12:30pm | 2:00pm to 4:00pm, duration of tour: 2 hours  

Admission: Adults $10.00 | School aged children $2.00 | cup of tea $2.00

Bookings essential: Contact phone: 0416 235 380 or click here to email Museum PHHTNA