Blue Mountains Hospital

Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital provides 24-hour emergency and a range of general inpatient services and outpatient clinics.

Exterior of the Blue Mountains Hospital showing entrance

Emergency 000

If you or someone you are with is in immediate danger, call 000 (triple zero).

About us

Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital (Blue Mountains Hospital) is located between Leura and Katoomba. It is an acute hospital with 24-hour emergency and a range of inpatient and outpatient services, including low to moderate-risk surgery.

The hospital has been proudly serving the local community since the 1920s. It is the only remaining Anzac Memorial hospital in NSW.

The community is active in supporting and raising funds for the hospital.


Find information about our services, amenities, visiting hours and contact information.

Find your way around the Blue Mountains Hospital campus.

Free parking is available on the hospital grounds, opposite the main entrance.

Find information on how to get to the Blue Mountains Hospital using public transport.


Feedback and complaints

We encourage you to talk to a staff member or manager during your care or interaction with us if you have any concerns.

We welcome your feedback about Blue Mountains Hospital at NBMLHD-BlueMountainsFeedback@health.nsw.gov.au or call (02) 4784 6514, or visit Feedback about Nepean Blue Mountains LHD.

Closeup photo of a hand choosing feedback options on a tablet device screen

Related news

Smiling man in Health uniform stands next to hospital bed with an adult, child and baby dummy
16 August 2022

A dedicated simulation room at Blue Mountains Hospital is supporting doctors and nurses to train together regularly, reducing the need for travel and creating better opportunities for hands-on clinical education.


Smoke-free policy

All our hospitals and locations are smoke-free. Smoking anywhere on the grounds may result in a $300 fine. View our policy.

Top of page