Queensland hospital experiences
Many factors can influence how satisfied a patient is with their experience during an overnight stay in hospital.
We’ve compared participating hospitals of similar sizes, as we know this plays a role in how satisfied our members were with their experience (for example, larger hospitals with an emergency department that service a large volume of patients tend to be louder – as you’d expect).
Survey results for hospitals in Queensland:
- Brisbane Private Hospital
- Buderim Private Hospital
- Friendly Society Private Hospital
- Gold Coast Private Hospital
- Mater Hospital Gladstone
- Mater Hospital Mackay
- Mater Hospital Pimlico
- Mater Hospital Redland
- Mater Hospital Rockhampton
- Mater Mothers' Hospital
- Mater Private Hospital Brisbane
- Peninsula Private Hospital
- St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital
- St Andrew's Toowoomba Hospital
- St Stephens Hospital Hervey Bay
- St Vincent’s Private Hospital Northside
- St Vincent's Private Hospital Toowoomba
- Sunnybank Private Hospital
- The Wesley Hospital
Can't find your hospital?
Patient experience information is not available for all hospitals. Hospitals must have a minimum of 25 Patient Experience Surveys completed by Medibank members in the last 12 months to be eligible to have their results published.
This information is reflective of Medibank members’ experience when staying overnight in hospital for acute care. Some hospitals that provide rehabilitation or psychiatric treatment and day-procedure only hospitals will also not be listed.
Some eligible private hospitals may have chosen not to have their results published.
View hospital experience scores
We surveyed over 30,000 members who’ve stayed overnight in an Australian private or public hospital, to better understand what they liked and disliked about their care. Their experiences have helped build this tool for you. This tool reflects member experience but does not reflect clinical outcomes.
Going to hospital
Going to hospital can be stressful, and the last thing you need is to worry about how much it’s going to cost. That’s why we’ve created a Going to Hospital guide; to give you a rundown of how it works, and what you can expect to pay out of your own pocket