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Dr John MF Grant
Vale Dr John MF Grant, AO, OBE
Mt Wilga Private Hospital mourns the loss of one of the founders of the Australian Paralympic movement and a dear friend of Mt Wilga’s, Dr John Grant, who passed away at the age of 91. John Grant was a skilled and pioneering neurosurgeon, a wise counsel and a deeply compassionate humanitarian.
Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
Our philosophy is that rehabilitation is a process involving active participation of patients, their families and staff to achieve mutually agreed and meaningful goals.  Patients and their families are encouraged to be involved in the rehabilitation program and decisions regarding their treatment.

Front reception

Preparing for your Admission
On arrival at Mt Wilga you will be shown directly to your bed if you are an inpatient. You or a family member are asked to visit the Admission Office to complete paperwork. If this is not possible a staff member can visit you in your room. Our day program patients will be shown to the admissions area to complete paperwork prior to your treatment.

Patient room

Your stay at Mount Wilga Private Hospital

On admission you will be assessed by your nurse, doctor, and therapists during your first day. It is from these assessments that your rehabilitation program will be formulated. You are encouraged to be involved and express your rehabilitation goals. The rehabilitation team caring for you will meet regularly to monitor your progress and review your goals.

Hydrotherapy pool

Inpatient Services

Inpatient rehabilitation is suitable for patients who need the support of medical and nursing care in an inpatient hospital environment.

Day patient services

Day Patient Services

Mt Wilga’s Day Rehabilitation programs are designed to enhance your recovery and allow patients to maximise their functional improvement.

Day programs are suitable for persons who have established rehabilitation needs but do not need the support of inpatient medical and nursing care.