In 2000, St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital became part of UnitingCare Health and joined five other UnitingCare Health hospitals to provide a network of more than 1000 hospital beds across Queensland.
UnitingCare Health is a service group of UnitingCare Queensland, the health and community service provider of the Uniting Church which supports more than 14 000 people throughout the state every day of the year.
With over 15 000 staff in more than 400 geographic locations across Queensland, UnitingCare Queensland is one of Australia’s largest non-profit health and community service providers, with an annual operating budget in excess of one billion dollars.
UnitingCare Queensland delivers quality and compassionate care through our network of service groups:
UnitingCare Health (St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital and The Wesley Hospital in Brisbane, The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital and St Stephen’s Hospitals in Maryborough and Hervey Bay)
UnitingCare Community Queensland (formerly Lifeline Community Care Queensland and continues to provide Lifeline services such as telephone counselling, community recovery and Lifeline shops)
UnitingCare Social Justice
UnitingCare Health aims to provide the highest standard of healthcare through the establishment of a network of associated resources ranging from nursing homes and community care services to high-technology acute care hospitals and specialist centres.
As a part of this impressive network of excellent resources, St Andrew's has an even greater capacity to provide for the healthcare needs of the community.