An Enduring Legacy of the Queen Vic
Wednesday 1 December 2021 was the 90th Anniversary of Jessie McPherson Private Hospital opening its doors to care for Victorians.
In 1931 the Jessie McPherson Hospital functioned as the private section of the Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital, fees paid to attend Jessie McPherson Hospital helped finance the Queen Vic, enabling the hospital to be self-supporting.
In 1977, with the Jessie McPherson Hospital, the Queen Vic amalgamated with McCulloch House, to become the Queen Victoria Medical Centre. Keeping the Queen Vic moniker until the move to Clayton when it became Monash Medical Centre in 1987.
Enduring legacy of the Queen Vic
Jessie McPherson Private Hospital is very proud to be part of the enduring legacy of the fondly remembered Queen Vic, with its distinctive spirit living on through the services we provide to our community.
Dedicated Healthcare Professionals
Jessie McPherson Private Hospital has a highly functioning healthcare workforce, with an enviable high staff retention rate.
Our dedicated healthcare teams are a testament to Jessie’s commitment to excellence and enduring service.
Celebrating our care for Victorians
Join us in celebrating our provision of care!
Congratulations to everyone at Jessie McPherson Private Hospital – past, present and future – for your continued pursuit of excellence in the provision of care!
We are so very proud to be part of the enduring legacy of the fondly remembered Queen Vic, with its distinctive spirit living on through the services we provide to our community.
To celebrate 90 years of caring for Victorians we have put together a timeline with a selection of highlights from our joint past with the Queen Vic, we hope you enjoy reading about our rich history.