Armadale Health Service is made up of a State Government owned and operated General Hospital, Aged Care & Rehabilitation Service, Community Health Service and Mental Health Service all located on the one site approximately 40 minutes south east of Perth along the Albany Highway in Armadale, Western Australia.
The Hospital is officially known as the 'Armadale Kelmscott District Memorial Hospital' and and was subject to a major redevelopment during 1999 to 2001. The Armadale Hospital now has enhanced Facilities and in late February 2005 the Galliers Private Hospital and the Specialist Centre on site became part of the Armadale Kelmscott District Memorial Hospital.
In 2007 approval was given to expand the Emergency Department and during August 2007 Day Therapy Services and the Occupational Therapy Services of the Hospital were moved to Goline House to allow for the construction of the Emergency Department. The new Emergency Department will be approximately double the size of the current department at 47 patient spaces.
The Armadale Health Service also has a Mental Health Service for Older Adult, an Acute Adult Mental Health Unit and the Mead Centre which caters for Adult Mental Health Outpatients on the campus. The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service is also located on site and is situated in Goline House and can be accessed via Echo Road Armadale. In early 2007 a new mental health residential facility named Jacaranda House was opened and is located at the rear of the hospital campus.
Community Health Services are also provided both on the Armadale site in the Community Health and Development Centre and off site at Maddington and local Child Health Centres and Schools.
The Armadale Health Service site including all facilities, buildings, grounds and car parks are smoke free. AHS is committed to providing a healthy environment for staff, patients and visitors free from the harmful effects of tobacco smoke.