Parent accommodation

PCH's family-centred design and facilities aim to ensure patients, parents, carers, siblings and other visitors feel welcome, comfortable and valued. 

There are four types of accommodation for PCH patients, families and carers. 

Bedside accommodation (all standard inpatient rooms) 

One parent or carer may stay overnight inside their child’s room. Each room on the inpatient wards has a family zone that includes a day bed, bay window with bench seat, bathroom, general power outlet with USB port and a personal safe to lock up valuables. 

Parent Accommodation Facility (Level 5) 

Managed in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities Western Australia (RMHC WA) (external link), the Parent Accommodation Facility 5 includes 12 double-bed ensuite rooms. These rooms are for parents of critically unwell and palliative patients, breastfeeding mothers of sick babies, Royal Flying Doctor Service unplanned admissions, parents of transplant patients and those from rural and remote areas. 

Eligibility and restrictions apply. 

Ask the nurse coordinator on your child’s ward for more information.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit parent suites (Level 3)

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) includes five double-bed ensuite rooms for parents of critically unwell babies and postnatal mothers.

Ronald McDonald House

Families living further than 100km from PCH may be eligible to stay at RMH. For more information, visit Ronald McDonald House Charities Western Australia (external site).