Armadale Health Service

Photograph of Armadale Health ServiceThe Armadale Health Service (AHS), which incorporates Armadale Hospital and Armadale Mental Health Service, is one of Australia’s leading public hospitals delivering quality health care to the community.

As a general hospital located 34km south-east of the Perth CBD, AHS has a capacity of up to 290 beds and offers a range of medical specialities including 24 hour emergency services, intensive care, general medicine and surgery, mental health, maternity and paediatric care.

AHS is part of the Armadale Kalamunda Group along with Kalamunda Hospital.

For more information, visit the Armadale Health Service website.

There are a number of transport options for people to get to and from our health service.

Public transport

Current bus and train timetables can be obtained from the Transperth Infoline on 13 62 13 or by visiting the Transperth website (external site).


A Transperth bus stop (no. 13369) is located at the main entrance of our hospital. Buses servicing this stop include:

  • 220 (via Wellington Street Bus Station, Armadale and Kelmscott train stations)
  • 249 (via Armadale and Kelmscott train stations).


Train stations near our hospital include Armadale, Challis, Sherwood and Kelmscott.

Transperth buses 220 and 249 link the Armadale and Kelmscott train stations to our hospital.


All staff and patients are reminded about the changes to train services operating on the Armadale-Thornlie line.

The Armadale/Thornlie Line is shut until mid-2025 as part of METRONET's Victoria Park - Canning Level Crossing Removal (external website)Byford Rail Extension (external website) and Thornlie-Cockburn Link (external website) projects. During this time there will also be rail revitalisation works happening between Kenwick and Sherwood.

During the shutdown, there will be no train services between Armadale/Thornlie and Victoria Park. Trains will continue to operate between Victoria Park and Perth stations, with seven new and five enhanced bus routes introduced to the bus network to support existing timetabled services.

Passengers are encouraged to plan ahead as travel times will increase during the shutdown.

Commencing Thursday 23 November, services will operate as follows:

Bus timetables are located in the main reception for staff and visitors. 

More information please visit Transperth (external website).


Cab Spot (external site) is located at the main entrance of our hospital near the Emergency Department.

Patients and visitors can call 13 13 30 for a taxi and, when prompted, enter the unique four digit code (no. 1125) for the hospital’s Cab Spot location. The fully-automated system will dispatch the next available taxi to the hospital.

If your taxi has not arrived within 15 minutes, simply call back and confirm you are still waiting. If you have hailed another taxi, simply select the cancel option when prompted.

If you need to call for a taxi, public telephones are located near the hospital’s main reception.


Patients attending our health service can be dropped off and picked up in the drop off area at the front of the main building. A 5-minute parking time limit applies for these areas.

Limited parking is available at the front of the hospital (along Albany Highway) for patients and visitors in the main carpark.

Overflow parking is available off Ecko Road (to the north of the Albany highway entrance). Follow the signs to the car park along Albany Highway. From here walk around the Antonia Bagshaw Centre, up to the Mead Centre car park, then toward the main hospital car park at the front of the hospital.

Please view updated map for new locations relevant to pick up, drop off and parking.

Reserved parking

A number of car parking spaces closest to the hospital entrance have been reserved for dialysis patientsACROD permit holderspolice and some visiting medical practitioners.

Parking map

For more information about patient and visitor parking areas, refer to the access map (PDF 260KB).

Parking infringements

Visitors and patients are encouraged to observe the various parking signs and the applicable time limits.

Parking contrary to signs may result in an infringement notice being issued under the Armadale Kelmscott Memorial District Hospital By-Laws 2002.

Speed limits

For the safety of staff, patients and visitors, please observe the speed limits while on site.


AHS has a number of amenities and facilities for patients and visitors to help make your stay or visit more pleasurable. Learn more about the amenities and facilities.


As a general hospital, AHS offers a range of medical specialities and is focused on providing high quality general medical, surgical and mental health services. Services include:

  • aged care
  • general medicine
  • general surgery
  • obstetrics and gynaecology
  • intensive care
  • mental health (adult and older adult)
  • paediatrics and neonates
  • renal and dialysis
  • rehabilitation and subacute care

Information about each of the services is available on the AHS Services page.

To help you find your way around Armadale Health Service, including the locations of wards and departments,
download a copy of the hospital map (PDF).

Online maps showing our street address locations as well as directional assistance can be accessed via the links below:

Last Updated: 17/01/2024