Stirling Hospital is a modern and boutique private hospital, set in the leafy Adelaide Hills. Bringing together a select team of surgeons, nurses and other health specialists to offer patients the very best in surgical and acute medical care. Our wide range of healthcare services embraces everything from the most complex orthopaedic and reconstructive surgeries to more routine colonoscopies and cataract procedures.
Stirling Hospital is complemented by a suite of specialist consulting rooms and a selection of co-located services including radiology, physiotherapy and pathology.
We are very proud that from day one, all patients receive the “Stirling Experience”. It’s the distinct difference that our patients appreciate and feel immediately as they enter Stirling Hospital.
The “Stirling Experience” is bedded in personalised care, where a sense of warmth, openness and friendliness permeates throughout all areas. Backed by some of the profession’s finest, working in state-of-the-art theatre facilities and calling on the most advanced medical technologies, to deliver exceptional health outcomes.
It stays with you throughout your Stirling Hospital journey, starting with interactive pre-admission briefings and a smooth admission process; continuing through the delicious wines and meals, all created using fresh local Adelaide Hills produce; and concluding with your tailor made discharge plan.
We are proud of our history of delivering first class healthcare to the residents of the Adelaide Hills and the wider community, for over 90 years.
Stirling Hospital is unique in that it was funded by the residents of the Adelaide Hills through a fund-raising campaign in 1926. At this time, patients requiring specialist medical care had to endure a whole day return trip to the city.
Several prominent citizens at the time decided that the community deserved a better, more comprehensive healthcare service and as such a fundraising committee was formed. The generosity of the local community and some innovative fundraising activities, resulted in the purchase of an old family home, on the current site. These activities included holding a fair and asking their friends with motor cars to bring them along.
The hospital officially opened in July 1927 and since that time has been proud of its care and reputation in the community.