The NSW Patient Safety and Clinical Quality Program outlines what you might reasonably expect if you are admitted as a patient to a hospital or require treatment from a health service.
NSW Health is responsible for managing and funding health services in a wide range of settings, from multi-purpose health centres in remote communities to large metropolitan teaching hospitals
Find out what happens when you go to hospital or to an Emergency Department, the questions you should ask, and what to do if you need an ambulance. We also provide data on how our hospitals are performing.
NSW Health is committed to safeguarding the privacy of patient information, and has implemented measures to comply with its obligations under the Health Records and Information Privacy Act 2002.
Health is an important issue in the community and NSW Health is committed to ensuring that it provides the best care possible to patients.
Transport for Health provides a range of transport and travel assistance to people who cannot use or have difficulty using public and/or private transport or who are disadvantaged by distance. Transport for Health includes the Isolated Patients Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS).