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Lismore Hospital

Emergency Medicine Network 2
Why Lismore Hospital?

Lismore Base Hospital (LBH) is in the City of Lismore and is the major acute care provider and referral hospital for the Northern Rivers Area Health Service.
The hospital provides the following services: emergency care, critical care, general medical & surgical services, obstetrics, paediatrics, mental health and clinical support services.

Lismore Base Hospital has a 24 hour Emergency Department and there are around about 32,000 presentations per year. It has a tailored primary and fellowship teaching program tailored to your needs with 11 enthusiastic FACEMs to assist you.
Lismore Emergency Department has an Emergency Medical Unit (EMU) attached to it. In addition, 12 months ED accreditation and 6 months ICU/Paediatrics/Retrieval/Anaesthetics etc. accreditation.

Why Lismore?

They call it the rainbow region. A name which reflects the area’s magical richness, extraordinary cultural diversity and its residents’ penchant for natural living.

In this unspoiled, lush and laid-back pocket of far northern New South Wales is a city that boasts the culture and convenience of a major regional centre and all of the lifestyle advantages of an extraordinarily beautiful natural environment.

Lismore and the surrounding hills are alive with creativity, and there are, quite possibly, more actors, artisans, buskers, dancers, divas, filmmakers, musicians, painters, potters and performers, per capita, than anywhere else in the country.

Many of the region’s World Heritage listed rainforests and National Parks are within easy reach of Lismore.

More information?

Please contact:
Dr Chris Gavaghan
Ph: 02 6620 7323

Dr Swee Cham or Dr Richard Mahoney
Ph: 02 6620 2402