Scott Memorial Hospital, Scone
T: 02 6545 2140 – Emergency Department
T: 02 6545 2100 – General Enquiries
Intersection of Liverpool and Stafford Streets, Scone.
Visiting Hours: People are welcome to visit family and friends in the hospital, but rest time is between 1pm and 3pm.
The Scott Memorial Hospital in Scone was established in 1913 and is named after Dr Henry James Herbert “Tup” Scott. It is a public hospital and is part of the Hunter New England Local Health Service.
It is a 48 bed facility with the following services:
- 24 hour emergency department
- Acute care
- Aged care
- Antenatal care
- Obstetric care
- Orthopedic clinic
- Outpatient clinics
- Medical imaging: X-ray and Ultrasound
- Pallative care
- Rural rehabilitation services
For more information, including hospital performance statistics, visit the NSW Ministry of Health website.