The Royal Women's Hospital in Melbourne is Australia's largest hospital dedicated to improving the health of women of all ages. Each year, the hospital cares for more than 200,000 women from 165 countries, who speak 60 different languages and follow 42 separate religious faiths. For over 150 years, the Women's has led the advocacy and advancement of women's health care. The Women's is committed to a holistic philosophy of health and provides comprehensive services ranging from health promotion to clinical expertise and leadership in maternity services, gynaecology, cancer services and specialist care of newborn babies. It is also a major teaching hospital and a medical research leader of world renown.