Search or browse through our clinical services to find out more about referrals and what each service does.
Statewide & major services
Providing treatment, care and support for people with cardiovascular diseases such as coronary, valvular, heart muscle and heart rhythm disorders.
Diabetes and Endocrinology
Providing treatment, care and support for people with endocrine conditions such as diabetes, osteoporosis, pituitary disease and thyroid disease.
Providing emergency care 24 hours, 7 days a week for adults requiring urgent medical attention.
Providing sophisticated treatment, care and life support for seriously ill or injured people.
Providing treatment, care and support for people with kidney disease, including those on dialysis and after kidney transplantation.
Providing treatment, care and support for Victoria's most severely injured patients.
Providing diagnostic and interventional services for patients, using state-of-the-art technology.
Improving the lives and wellbeing of people with mental illnesses.
Managing the care of adults living with rare genetic metabolic conditions in Victoria and Tasmania.
Neurology and Stroke
Providing treatment, care and support for people with stroke and neurology (nervous system) problems such as epilepsy, movement disorders and MS.
Victorian Infectious Diseases Service
Providing statewide treatment, care and support services for people with infectious diseases.
Victorian Tuberculosis Program
Improving the health of Victorians by detecting, preventing, and responding to tuberculosis (TB).
All services & clinics
We provide short-term treatment, care and support for people in their first 24 to 48 hours in hospital.
We provide support to inpatients of the RMH with drug and alcohol conditions.
Our Acute Inpatient Units provide mental health assessment, treatment and care for people during an acute phase of mental illness.
We provide treatment, care and support for people diagnosed with a genetic illness or with a family history of genetic illness.
We provide clinical assessment and management to patients referred to specialist clinics with musculoskeletal conditions.
We provide assessment and treatment for older patients with complex medical conditions.
We provide assessment, information and advice to clients and their carers to support informed decision making regarding their individual care needs.
We provide anaesthesia services as well as acute postoperative pain management and tertiary trauma care.
We provide assessments and management plans for patients with hearing difficulties.
We provide comprehensive assessment, treatment and care for people with low back pain, neck pain and sciatica.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with bone health problems.
The RMH, the Women’s, Western Health, BreaCan and North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network provide the Breast Cancer Survivorship Program.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Women's work together to deliver a full range of care for breast disease across all three hospitals.
We provide free mammographic screening to women aged 40 years and over without breast cancer symptoms or breast problems.
We care for patients who need advanced cardiothoracic surgery. Our Cardiothoracic Surgery service is the largest in Victoria and second largest in Australia.
We provide treatment, care and support for people diagnosed with chronic kidney disease.
We provide diagnostic and specialist care to people who have wounds that are not healing as expected.
We are one of Victoria's largest providers of cancer care and treatment, caring for more than 37,000 patients each year.
We provide diagnosis and support to people experiencing changes in their thinking, behaviour or memory.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with bowel-related diseases.
We perform surgical procedures to manage a wide range of colorectal disorders.
We provide 24-hour recovery-focused rehabilitation in a community residential setting to people with complex mental health needs.
We provide patients with the extra support that they need after a hospital stay.
We provide specialist mental health assessment, care and treatment for people across several community-based locations in northern and western metropolitan Melbourne.
We provide a comprehensive range of multidisciplinary rehabilitation services.
We provide state-of-the-art diagnostic technologies and treatments for people with epilepsy.
We provide diagnosis and treatment for people who have experienced a stroke and conduct research to help improve the care and treatment of stroke patients in future.
We are a specialist psychiatry service that provides clinical psychiatry consultation and support to the acute medical wards, the surgical wards and the intensive care unit of the RMH.
We provide care for patients who experience bladder and bowel continence problems of all types and degrees.
While we don't have a specific COVID-19 or long COVID Specialist Clinic (Outpatient service), we do accept long COVID patients to our other specialists based on their symptoms and presenting complaints.
We deliver intravenous (IV) infusions, injections and blood transfusions to patients, and provide space for minor medical procedures.
We provide diagnosis, treatment and care for people with skin diseases.
We provide information, education and clinical care to RMH patients diagnosed with diabetes and their carers.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with diabetes-related foot problems.
We provide treatment, care and support for people requiring dialysis.
Through our multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals, we offer a range of treatment and support options for people with eating disorders.
We care for extremely unwell people from all parts of Victoria.
We provide specialist assessment, consultation, short-term care and referral for people experiencing a mental health crisis while in an Emergency Department.
We provide care and support for RMH patients with diabetes who require nutrition therapy as an integral part of treatment.
We provide care, treatment and support for critically ill patients when conventional heart and lung support provided in ICU has failed.
We provide multidisciplinary assessment and management planning for patients who have had falls and who have mobility and balance problems.
We provide culturally appropriate skin care for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples across Victoria.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with conditions of the digestive system and liver.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with heart diseases.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with endocrine conditions; including diabetes, osteoporosis, pituitary disease and thyroid disease.
We care for people with a single medical problem, or multiple and complex medical problems.
We provide comprehensive treatment, care and support for people with acute and chronic kidney (renal) disease.
We provide inpatient and outpatient services for planned (elective) and emergency general surgical patients.
We provide multidisciplinary clinical services including cardiac, immunological, neurogenetics, endocrine, and a full range of other non-cancer genetic conditions.
We provide inpatient assessment and treatment of complex medical conditions in older people.
We provide treatment for patients whose hearts do not pump enough blood for their body’s needs.
The Integrated Hepatitis C Service (IHCS) is a nurse practitioner led community and outreach based service offering testing and treatment of hepatitis B and C in a range of settings.
The Hepatitis Clinic is specifically dedicated to the management of viral hepatitis, both as monoinfection as well as HIV and viral hepatitis coinfection.
The HIV Service team comprises experienced infectious diseases physicians, a social worker, an HIV HARP liaison nurse and clinic nurses.
We provide targeted support to people to reduce the risk of suicide re-attempts post-discharge from the Emergency Department, medical wards or inpatient units.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with chronic and complex health issues.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with allergic diseases, immunodeficiency diseases and autoimmune diseases.
Our Infection Prevention and Surveillance service promotes, supports and reinforces practices and procedures to prevent the spread of infections in the hospital.
We provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services to patients with infectious diseases.
We provide advice and clinical expertise on the provision of evidence-based treatment and care to those who are living with mental illness and substance use or addiction.
We provide sophisticated care and life support for seriously ill or injured patients across the Parkville Precinct.
We provide a 3-week course of low-dose intravenous ketamine treatment for eligible consumers with difficult-to-treat depression.
We provide elective, emergency and kidney transplantation surgery for people with kidney disease or those wanting to donate a kidney.
We provide elective, emergency and kidney transplantation surgery for our patients.
We provide custom-made silicone prostheses that restore malformed or absent parts of the face.
We provide professional photographic and computer imaging services.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with metabolic disorders.
We provide treatment, care and support for people living with a movement disorder.
We provide care for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and neuroimmunological conditions.
We use evidence-based practice to promote relaxation, reduce stress and relieve discomfort through music.
We provide a 24/7 neurointerventional service for patients with neurological conditions such as aneurysm and stroke.
We diagnose, treat and care for patients with neurological conditions such as epilepsy or stroke.
We diagnose and treat patients with symptoms and illnesses of the mind and brain, including complex neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders.
We provide assessment, treatment and specialised surgery for planned (elective) and emergency patients with conditions affecting the brain, spine and nerves.
We produce detailed pictures of the inside of your body with an imaging test that uses radiotracers and computer technology.
We provide assessment and management of nutritional and dietary issues for patients and consumers at both the RMH Parkville and the RMH Royal Park.
We provide a range of services focused on restoring function to patients to promote health and wellbeing, independence and productivity.
We provide mental health services to people with complex and compounding mental health issues generally related to ageing, irrespective of age.
We provide acute and comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services for adults with complex eye conditions.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with complex facial injuries and disorders.
One organ and tissue donor can transform the lives of 10 or more people.
We provide treatment, care and support for general, specialty and complex orthopaedic problems.
We specialise in the treatment of head and neck cancer and base of the skull surgery.
We provide specialist assessment and management for people experiencing persistent pain.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Women’s work together to deliver comprehensive and coordinated familial cancer services across all three hospitals.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Women’s work together to deliver comprehensive and coordinated palliative care services across all three hospitals.
We provide diagnostic, clinical, teaching and research services that focus on supporting both acute care and community health services.
We provide care for older patients at risk of poorer recovery from surgery due to frailty, multiple medical issues, cognitive and functional impairment.
We provide services to all areas of the hospital requiring medicines or involved in medication management.
We work with patients to deliver the most suitable treatment for an injury or condition to gain as much movement and physical independence as possible.
We manage planned (elective) surgery cases based on clinical need or urgency.
We provide specialised surgical procedures and outpatient clinics for a variety of plastic surgical conditions.
We provide treatment, care and support for people with medical and surgical conditions of the feet and lower limbs.
We provide community-based services and home-based therapy to help patients recover at home after leaving hospital.
We provide short-term intensive treatment and support in a residential setting to adults as a less-restrictive alternative to an acute inpatient admission.
We provide a complete upper and lower limb rehabilitation service for patients requiring a prosthesis.
We provide care and support to identify and manage emotional, psychological or behavioural factors impacting patients' or consumer’s wellbeing or engagement with treatment and self-management.
We provide residential aged care to support our residents and their families. Our priority is that every resident of our homes is respected, treated with dignity and feels safe.
We provide a full range of diagnostic and interventional services for inpatients, outpatients and emergency referrals, using state-of-the-art equipment.
We provide an assessment of latest pathology results and arrange for the patient to have an iron infusion.
We provide specialist care for immigrants, refugees and travellers with a range of conditions, including infectious diseases and nutritional deficiencies.
We treat, care for and support people who are recovering after an injury, illness or surgery for an acquired or congenital condition.
We provide care, treatment and support for people with respiratory and sleeping disorders.
We provide diagnosis, treatment and support for people with rheumatic conditions such as arthritis, autoimmune and inflammatory conditions, and non-inflammatory musculoskeletal and pain conditions.
We provide high quality comprehensive radiology services for inpatients and private outpatients at Melbourne Private Hospital.
Our Residential In Reach (RIR) is an acute referral service that aims to provide clinical assistance and support for residents at residential aged care facilities (RACFs).
We deliver acute hospital-level treatment and care in the comfort of a person's own home.
We deliver geriatric evaluation management (GEM) and rehabilitation services in the comfort of a person's own home.
We provide peer support and a comfortable, non-clinical environment for people experiencing mental health distress.
We provide support and assistance with personal, emotional and practical concerns that may arise from or be made worse by a patient's medical condition and hospitalisation.
We run specialist outreach clinics in rural, regional and urban primary care centres to enable provision of tertiary services for refugees and other patients in the community.
We assess, diagnose and manage patients and consumers with a wide range of communication and swallowing difficulties.
We are a specialist service that manages the follow-up care of some patients with uncomplicated stable spine fractures after they are discharged from hospital.
We support the diverse spiritual and emotional needs of patients, consumers and those who care for them.
We provide immunoglobulin replacement therapy to patients with primary and secondary immunodeficiency, as well as chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.
We provide short-term support for older adults following a stay in hospital.
We provide short-term flexible care for older people following a stay in hospital.
We provide short-term support for older people returning home from hospital who require more time to address their functional, physical, cognitive and psychosocial goals.
We provide treatment, care and support for older patients following a trauma.
We provide emergency, trauma and critical care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We provide specialist care of general infectious diseases, with an additional focus on imported and/or travel-associated infections.
We care for people with urological conditions such as cancers, stone disease and continence problems.
We provide a full range of vascular diagnostic, interventional endovascular and conventional vascular surgery.
The Victorian Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED) is a statewide service that forms part of Victoria’s specialist public mental health services.
Our multidisciplinary immunobullous diseases service manages patients with all types of blistering autoimmune diseases, including those with oral mucosal involvement.
We provide treatment, care and support to 16 to 25 year olds with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
We provide support to new clients with congenital and developmental disabilities, such as spina bifida and hydrocephalus, as they transition from paediatric to adult healthcare services.