We invite our community to contribute to our rich history by telling us what The Royal Melbourne Hospital has meant to you? 

Education session for RMH doctors - 1960s

Opening in 1848, The Royal Melbourne Hospital is Victoria’s first public hospital. We have a long and proud history and have touched the lives of millions of Victorians. Help us celebrate over 170 years of care, research and learning.

We invite our community, including current and former staff, volunteers, supporters, and patients, to contribute to our rich history by telling us what the Royal Melbourne Hospital has meant to you?

For instance, you could tell us about a particular event, details of your treatment as a patient, the staff that cared for you, your involvement in research or clinical activities, people that had an impact or inspired you in your working life, how things have changed over the years, or even the story of your whole career at the RMH.

Share your unique story and tell us how the hospital has touched your life through words, photographs, or short video clips. If you have any questions, contact the Archives Office.

Share your unique story and tell us how the hospital has touched your life through words, photographs, or short video clips.

Tell us your story!