For the latest COVID-19 information and advice from St Andrew’s Toowoomba Hospital scroll down this page.

Daily Visiting Hours: 11am to 8pm (rest period between 2pm and 4pm)
Maximum of two VACCINATED visitors per patient.

Our Location

St Andrew's Toowoomba Hospital

The Hospital’s Main Entry is located on Level 1 of the hospital and can be accessed from North Street, Entrance 1.

Location Best accessed from
Main Entry North Street – Entrance 1
Rapid Access Heart Centre (RAHC) Prosser Street – Entrance 4
Surgical Admissions Prosser Street – Entrance 4
Cancer Care Centre Holberton Street – Entrance 3

Excellence in care and service in Toowoomba for over 55 years

St Andrew’s Toowoomba Hospital is a 155-bed, acute care private hospital situated on the north-western side of Toowoomba. Established in 1966, the Hospital is a not-for-profit private hospital and a registered charity. All profits made by the Hospital are reinvested back into the Hospital to provide expansion of buildings, additional services, new equipment and staff training.

COVID-19 Update

Masks remain mandatory inside hospital and healthcare settings. Please ensure you are wearing an approved face mask before entering our facility.

You are not to enter a Hospital in Queensland if:

  • You have returned from overseas within 14 days of arrival in Australia even if they no longer have to isolate or quarantine under another public health direction; or
  • You are a diagnosed person, or where they have ceased being a diagnosed person, it has been 7 days or less since the end of isolation;
  • You have been informed or have become aware you are a close contact of a diagnosed person, unless their quarantine period has ended and more than 7 days have passed between the end of quarantine and the proposed time of entry; or
  • You have a temperature equal to or higher than 37.5 degrees or symptoms consistent with COVID-19; or
  • You have been tested for COVID-19 and have not yet received the results of that test, unless the test was for a surveillance testing obligation under a Public Health Direction or Protocol approved by the Chief Health Officer.

Exemptions may be considered by the Hospital’s Executive in end-of-life situations.

A person who is unvaccinated, other than a patient of the hospital, must not enter, or remain at, a hospital in the State of Queensland as a visitor of a patient of the hospital or as a volunteer, unless the person is:

  • under 16 years of age; or
  • unable to receive a COVID-19 vaccination because of a medical contraindication and has evidence of a medical contraindication; or
  • is a COVID19 vaccine trial participant, and receipt of a Therapeutic Goods Administration approved COVID-19 vaccine would impact the validity of the trial. As this exemption is temporary, the medical certificate must not have expired.

Note: An unvaccinated visitor who is permitted to enter the hospital must follow the risk mitigation measures put in place by the hospital. For example, this may require wearing a single use-surgical face mask, safely physically distancing from others or having a COVID-19 test within 24 hours of entering the facility

  • visiting the patient of the hospital for one of the following purposes:
    • end of life visit; or
    • to be a support person during childbirth; or
    • in an emergency.

Note: For example, an unvaccinated person other than a patient of the hospital, may enter in circumstances of an emergency such as next of kin signing a consent form for emergency surgery.

  • a parent, carer, guardian or other responsible adult who is accompanying a child or minor that is a patient of the hospital; or

Note: The unvaccinated parent, carer, guardian, or other responsible adult will need to comply with the risk mitigation measures put in place by the hospital. For example, this may require wearing a single use-surgical face mask, safely physically distancing from others or having a COVID-19 test within 24 hours of entering the facility. Only one unvaccinated parent carer, guardian or responsible adult will be allowed to accompany a child or minor to an appointment or admission at a time.

  • a carer or support person who provides assistance or other caring responsibilities, including advocacy services, to the person who is a patient of the hospital; or

Note: A patient of the hospital may require support from an advocate or person who has provided long-term informal support. This could include behavioural support, disability support or support due to significant health needs.