We have eight single rooms with ensuite and two spacious four-bed rooms with shared bathrooms. We have a spa bath within the building. All rooms overlook our gardens. Single rooms are allocated at the discretion of the nurse in charge of the shift, according to availability and with regard to each patient’s needs.
Special food and fluids
There is a small kitchenette where patient’s own special food and fluids may be labeled and stored.
This room is furnished with one double sofa bed. McCulloch House supplies the linen in the room. A shower and toilet is available close by.
$5 per night or $10 for more than one night.
During weekdays, the completed form and fee can be paid to the Unit Ward Clerk. On the weekend nursing staff will attend to this.
This room is set aside for quiet moments for patients, families and staff. McCulloch House is a non-denominational unit. Our pastoral care worker will arrange for denominational clergy to attend when required.
In the passage opposite the kitchenette, there is a soft drink machine available for use by caregivers and visitors.
Located on the ground floor of the main hospital, the cafe offers hot and cold food and drinks. The café is open seven (7) days a week between 8am and 8pm.
Located on the ground floor of the main hospital, the gift shop is just past the reception desk and is open for newspapers and sundries. The shop is open
Monday to Saturday 8.30am-8.00pm
The hairdresser visits on Tuesdays by appointment for a nominal charge.
The family is responsible for laundering of the patient’s clothing.
We have two resident pets. They are Devon Rex cats, a breed selected for their known low allergy. Polly is black, and Leo is a creamy colour.
Please advise the nurse in charge if you would like your pet to visit.
A television and video player are in the main lounge room. Families may bring their own equipment, provided they are in good repair. All electrical equipment must be checked by the hospital Engineering Department prior to use within the unit. Speak to the staff on duty to arrange this.