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Milton Ulladulla Hospital 

Milton Ulladulla Hospital is rural acute facility that provides services including emergency, general medical and minor surgical services, antenatal and postnatal services, ambulatory care and oncology outpatients services for the southern Shoalhaven.

Milton Ulladulla Hospital has a dedicated group of volunteers and it has strong links with a wide range of community groups.

Milton Ulladulla Hospital
106 Princes Highway Milton
PO Box 88
Milton 2538
Ph: 02 4455 1333
Fax: 02 4454 9140


Visiting hours

Our Visiting Hours are as follows

General Ward

10:00 - 13:00
15:30 - 20:00

For enquiries please phone 02 4455 1333 

Concerns, Compliments and Feedback

Please visit our compliments and complaints page for information on how to provide feedback. 

Your Rights and Responsibilities

As a patient, client, consumer, carer, family member or visitor to Milton Ulladulla Hospital, you have a number of rights and responsibilities. Information about these rights and responsibilities is available here.

This hospital is fully accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS)

Smoking & Alcohol

All ISLHD hospitals and health facilities are smoke free, this means that patients, visitors and staff are not allowed to smoke inside any buildings or within the surrounding hospital grounds and car parks. 

If you smoke your doctor or nurse can give you nicotine replacement products to keep you more comfortable while you are in hospital.

If you want to know more about quitting or reducing your smoking ask your GP or call the Quitline. .
Patients and visitors are reminded that drinking alcohol is not allowed on ISLHD Health premises. For more information speak to your nurse or doctor.

Fundraising, donations and bequests

Any donations or bequests, no matter how small, are most gratefully received. Donations assist us to improve patient services.
Cash donations should never be given directly to our ward staff, and staff will never ask you for donations. If you wish to make a cash donation please see the Cashier at any of our hospital sites. Should it be outside of Cashier hours, please ask to speak to the nurse manager or unit supervisor.
For further information about fundraising for our services or making a donation please see our Fundraising and Donations and Bequests page.