Hawkesbury District Health Service is a teaching hospital based at Windsor, NSW, providing acute, community and allied health services for the local community and the surrounding districts. Hawkesbury District Health Service has been serving the local community for more than 22 years and operated by St John of God Health Care, through a public-private partnership with the Nepean Blue Mountains Health District, since October 2015.

Hawkesbury District Health Service is an integrated healthcare facility providing 24-hour emergency, medical, surgical, diagnostic, maternity, neonatal, pediatric, palliative, intensive and coronary care, and afterhours GP services.

It serves a region of 65,000 people and in the year 2017/18, provided more than 12,316 separations, 5,915 procedures, 716 births and 25,886 Emergency Department presentations. We employ 620 caregivers and 78 accredited doctors.

St John of God Health Care is committed to investing in the health service and working with the New South Wales Government to meet the growing and changing healthcare needs of the Hawkesbury region, during the current seven-year agreement to manage Hawkesbury District Health Service.

Hawkesbury District Health Service is also a tertiary education precinct for medical and nursing students of the University of Notre Dame Australia, Charles Sturt University and Western Sydney University.