This is a list of hospitals in Oceania for each sovereign state, associated states of New Zealand, and dependencies, and territories. Links to lists of hospitals in countries are used when there are more than a few hospitals in the country. Oceania has an area of 8,525,989 km2 (3,291,903 sq mi) and population of 41,570,842 (2018). The World Health Organization surveys of healthcare in smaller countries are used to identify hospitals in smaller countries.
Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand, founded in 1846
- Australia: See List of hospitals in Australia
- Federated States of Micronesia has four state hospitals and one private hospital.
- Fiji: See List of hospitals in Fiji
- Kiribati: There are four hospitals in Kiribati:
- Marshall Islands
- Nauru has one hospital: Republic of Nauru Hospital, Yaren District
- New Zealand: See List of hospitals in New Zealand
- Palau has one hospital: Belau National Hospital, Koror
- Papua New Guinea: See List of hospitals in Papua New Guinea
- Samoa: There are several hospitals on the islands of Upolu and Savai'i in Samoa:
- Tupua Tamases Meaole (TTM) Hospital at Motootua
- Poutasi District Hospital at Poutasi, Upolu Island
- Leulumoga District Hospital in Leulumoega, Upolu island
- Sataua District Hospital, Sataua District, Savai'i island
- Safotu District Hospital at Safotu, Savai'i island
- Solomon Islands: See List of hospitals in Solomon Islands
- Tonga currently has four hospitals.
- Vaiola Hospital, located in Nukuʻalofa
- Prince Wellington Ngu Hospital (District hospital) in Vavaʻu
- Niu’ui Hospital (District hospital) in Haʻapai
- Niu’eki Hospital (District hospital) in ʻEua
- Tuvalu has one hospital: Princess Margaret Hospital (Funafuti), Funafuti on Fongafale islet.
- Vanuatu has one hospital: Port Vila Central Hospital, serving Efate, Vanuatu, near the capital of Port Vila
Part of or associated with a sovereign state
Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii
Dependencies and territories
LBJ Tropical Medical Center, American Samoa
- American Samoa (an Unincorporated territory of the United States) has one hospital: LBJ Tropical Medical Center, Faga'alu, Maoputasi County
- Christmas Island (Australian External Territory) has one hospital: Christmas Island Hospital
- Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australian external territory), no hospitals, see Healthcare in Cocos (Keeling) Islands for more details
- Easter Island (special territory of Chile), Easter Island has one public hospital, Hospital de Hanga Roa, which was established in 2012.
- French Polynesia (overseas collectivity of the French Republic):
- Guam (a U.S. Territory) has three hospitals including a U.S. Naval hospital.
- New Caledonia (part of Overseas France): Since 2018, New Caledonia has had five public and three private hospitals. See Health in New Caledonia, French Wikipedia
- Norfolk Island (External territory of Australia): Norfolk Island has one hospital, the Norfolk Island Hospital
- Northern Mariana Islands (insular area and commonwealth of the United States) currently has one active hospital. Japan had two hospitals in the islands during World War II.
- Pitcairn Islands (British Overseas Territory), With a population of 50 in 2020, there are no hospitals on Pitcairn Islands.
- Tokelau (Dependent territory of New Zealand): Tokelau has hospitals on each of its atolls: Atafu, Nukunonu, and Fakaofo. See also Health care in Tokelau
- Wallis and Futuna: Health care is available without charge in two hospitals on Uvea and Futuna islands. See also Wallis and Futuna#Healthcare
During wartime and refugee situations, there have been U.S. hospitals on outlying islands, including Wake Island and Johnston Atoll. The Japanese had hospitals on Saipan and Rota islands during World War II.