Hospitals in Malta
MATER DEI HOSPITAL
Mater Dei is Malta’s main public hospital located in Msida. It is an acute general teaching hospital offering hospital and specialist services. The hospital is relatively new; it opened in 2007, replacing the old public hospital St Luke’s. Mater Dei has 825 beds and 25 operating theatres.
SIR PAUL BOFFA HOSPITAL
Sir Paul Boffa Hospital in Floriana is a specialised hospital for Oncology and Palliative Care and Dermatology. This hospital provides both in- and out-patient services. The hospital has a Genitourinary (GU) Clinic, and the following departments: Pharmacy, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Worker and Chaplaincy services. For further information about the hospital and contact details, click here.
MOUNT CARMEL HOSPITAL
Mount Carmel Hospital in Attard is a mental health hospital that offers both in- and out-patient services. This hospital prides itself on the professionalism and capabilities of human resources and takes a multi-disciplinary approach in all its psychiatric services offering its patients holistic and customised psychiatric, psychological and social care. For more information about the hospital and for contact details, click here.
ST VINCENT DE PAUL RESIDENCE
St Vincent de Paul Residence is Malta’s largest state-owned long-term residence home for the elderly. With its varied staff members, the hospital does its utmost to ensure the quality of life of its residents.
GOZO GENERAL HOSPITAL
Gozo’s General Hospital in Victoria is a 291 bed hospital. The main activity is that of a general hospital with a mix of acute care wards. However, within its grounds there are also dedicated geriatric and long term psychiatric wards delivering long term care and mental health care respectively. The hospital offers diagnostic treatment to both in and out-patients. Its medical care facilities include a hyperbaric unit which is mainly used to manage diving related conditions.
KARIN GRECH HOSPITAL
Karin Grech Hospital in G’Mangia is a rehabilitation hospital. Patients who have undergone, for example, an amputation, stroke or trauma are treated on both an in- and out-patient basis.
There are eight Government health centres in Malta and Gozo. These centres provide general practitioner and nursing services, as well as specialised health services such as immunisation, speech therapy, antenatal and postnatal clinics, and wound clinics.
There are a number of private clinics and hospitals in Malta offering a wide variety of services by General Practitioners, Dentists, Cosmetic Surgeons and other specialised medical professionals.