Cardiac care in Footscray
Footscray Hospital is an acute teaching hospital, home to 20 dedicated cardiology beds and a wealth of current research. Prof. Dion Stub works with a multidisciplinary team to deliver leading care at Footscray’s cardiac care unit (CCU) with Western Health Cardiology.
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|Western Health Cardiology |
Footscray VIC 3011
Getting to Footscray Hospital
West Footscray Station is the nearest train station to the hospital, roughly 20 minutes away by foot. The 410 bus stops in front of the hospital at the Gordon Street entrance.
Tram 82 stops on the corner of Gordon Street and Ballarat Road, about 5 minutes’ walk from Footscray Hospital. Walk South along Gordon Street and down Arthur Street to reach the main entrance.
The Footscray Hospital carpark on Gordon Street provides half an hour of free parking. Located at the front of the hospital, it can be accessed via Gordon Street.
A council-operated car park is available on Eleanor Street, just past the hospital’s outpatient drop-off area. There is direct access from this car park to the hospital.
Free and metered parking is available on some streets surrounding the hospital. Download Footscray Hospital’s parking map to check parking fees and plan your visit.
Zouki Café is open every day at Footscray Hospital and provides a variety of tasty drinks and treats. The building houses ATMs and an opportunity shop on the ground floor, and hosts craft auxiliary stalls on the first Thursday of each month. Public toilets are located near each main entrance.
Outside the hospital, a number of tasty food options are available nearby on Gordon Street. Several diners, cafés, and other restaurants are a short walk from the hospital. Central West Shopping Centre, a short drive West, includes many more food and entertainment options.
Melbourne cardiology by Prof. Dion Stub
Prof. Dion Stub is an interventional cardiologist specialising in structural heart procedures. Supporting heart patients for over a decade, Professor Stub understands the importance of timely cardiac interventions and getting back to life as soon as possible. Learn more about Prof. Dion Stub.