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The health system in the Metro South region – like many across the nation and the world – is facing greater demand and pressure than ever before. 

It’s important that our growing and ageing population continues to have access to quality healthcare services and facilities.

In line with the Queensland Hospitals and Health Plan, we’re committed to ensuring Metro South residents can access quality care, closer to home – which is why we’re planning for the future.

Below are just a few of our infrastructure projects currently underway or recently completed, to deliver better healthcare for you.

Logan region

Logan Hospital Expansion Stage 1

Construction is underway on a major expansion and refurbishment of Logan Hospital. This expansion will enhance our clinical services and improve facilities for patients, visitors and staff. The project includes an additional 206 beds and treatment spaces, a vertical expansion of Building 3 (emergency department building), and refurbishment of clinical, clinical support and operational service support areas in the other existing hospital buildings.

Capital funding:

$460 million

Status:

Construction underway. Services to open 2023-2024.

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Logan Hospital Expansion Stage 2

Design is now underway on the stage 2 expansion of Logan Hospital. This expansion will build on the stage 1 expansion already underway to provide more beds and more healthcare services for the local community. The project includes a new clinical services building known as "Building 4", with 112 additional beds and new operating theatres.

Capital funding:

$530 million

Status:

Design underway. Construction to commence in 2024.

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Logan Maternity Refurbishment

Logan Hospital's new maternity inpatient unit and birthing suites—the first two milestones of our major Logan Maternity refurbishment—are now open. When it's complete, the project will deliver a bigger and better Logan Maternity, with expanded birthing suites and special care nursery, to provide contemporary maternity care for our local community, close to home.

Capital funding:

$18.875 million

Status:

Inpatient unit and birthing suites complete, construction on remaining sections underway

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Logan Hospital Multi-level Car Park

Logan Hospital's new multi-level car park opened in February 2022. The car park provides more than 1500 undercover parking spaces for patients, visitors and staff, with a linkway allowing safe and secure access to the main hospital building. The building also includes end-of-trip facilities to encourage active transport, as well as solar panels and electric vehicle charging stations.

Capital funding:

 $61.92 million

Status:

Completed February 2022

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28-bed modular medical ward (Ward 2Q)

A new 28-bed medical ward has opened at Logan Hospital as part of a rapid expansion project. The ward, known as 'Ward 2Q', houses a Subacute Planning Unit, providing care to longer stay patients with complex healthcare needs. It is a modular building, meaning it is being constructed offsite and was delivered and installed on the hospital site. This allowed us to commission a fully equipped ward in about six months—helping to ease existing pressure on the hospital and improve patient flow through the emergency department. 

Capital funding:

$20 million

Status:

Completed August 2023.

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28-bed modular medical ward (Ward 2M)

Logan Hospital's new 28-bed ward provides general medical care to patients, and will help ease pressure on the emergency department and ensure patients are back to their loved ones sooner. The ward is staffed with 77 new employees, including doctors, nurses, health professionals and support staff. This project has allowed us to add new beds early on in Logan Hospital Expansion project, which will be delivered in stages over the coming years.

Capital funding:

$9 million

Status:

Completed February 2020

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Emergency Department Mental Health Lounge

A new Mental Health Lounge has been added to Logan Hospital’s Emergency Department, creating a welcoming and comfortable environment for our patients and their families. The unit was constructed within the existing courtyard space of the Emergency Department, and includes a patient lounge, consult rooms, staff station and access to an outside area. This space provides a safe and quiet area for our mental health patients to be triaged and treated, while being in close proximity to the emergency department to ensure a cohesive response to individual patient needs.

Capital funding:

$1.5 million

Status:

Completed March 2020

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Bayside region

Redland Hospital Expansion Stage 1

The stage 1 expansion of Redland Hospital will increase and expand healthcare services for the Redlands Coast community. It will deliver a new Intensive Care Unit and additional beds to increase hospital capacity.

Capital funding:

$77.9 million
Jointly funded by the Queensland Government ($47.9 million) and the Australian Government ($30 million)

Status:

Construction underway, expected opening from early 2025.

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28-bed modular medical ward (Lagoon Ward)

A new 28-bed modular medical ward is being constructed at Redland Hospital to enable more people to reeive first class care closer to home. Lagoon Ward will help to support efficient patient flow through the hospital, allowing improved access to acute inpatient beds for our patients. It is a modular ward, which means it was built offsite and craned into place at the hospital site.

Capital funding:

$25 million

Status:

Construction underway, opening late 2023

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Redland Hospital Multi-level Car Park

A new seven-level car park has been constructed at Redland Hospital to provide easier and more secure car parking for patients, visitors and staff. The car park has significantly boosted parking capacity with more than 1000 secure undercover car parks, and has safety features including lighting, CCTV and duress points.

Capital funding:

$50.5 million

Status:

Completed February 2023.

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Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre, Gundu Pa

Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre, Gundu Pa, is a state-of-the-art health centre which offers a range of services in the community, including a 24-hour Primary Care Centre for treating minor injuries and illnesses. Other services include Oral Health, BreastScreen Queensland, Addiction and Mental Health, Allied Health, Child Development Services, Chronic Disease Services and a range of new Specialist Outpatient Clinics.

Capital funding:

$13.6 million

Status:

Completed October 2017

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Redland Hospital Emergency Department Short Stay Expansion

The Redland Hospital Emergency Department was expanded by an additional four short stay beds. The expansion has increased capacity of the department to ease pressure on the busy ED and help get patients home sooner.

Capital funding:

Delivered as part of the $1.73 million Redland Hospital Emergency Department and Birthing Unit expansion

Status:

Completed January 2020

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Redland Hospital Birthing Unit Expansion

The Redland Hospital Birthing Unit expansion included a new birth suite, the refurbishment of two existing birth suites, and a refurbished Maternity Assessment Unit, as well as the introduction of water birthing with three new birthing pools.

Capital funding:

Delivered as part of the $1.73 million Redland Hospital Emergency Department and Birthing Unit expansion

Status:

Completed March 2020

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Inner South region

PA Hospital Expansion Program

PA Hospital is undergoing a $350 million expansion to deliver 249 beds by late 2026 and improve patient flow. The expansion will occur on the front elevation of the main hospital building extending above the current Emergency Department up to level Five. The hospital will also benefit from an additional eight renal beds delivered as part of a refurbishment of the Renal High Dependency Unit and addition of limited care dialysis beds in a separate project.

Capital funding:

$350 million 

Status:

In planning
 

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PA Hospital Cladding Replacement

The final phase of the Princess Alexandra Hospital cladding project will renew the hospital exterior using safe cladding materials after removal of the non-compliant cladding in 2018.  Approximately 8,500 panels of external cladding will complete the façade of the Main Hospital building, the Ambulatory and Renal Transplant Services building and the Central Energy Unit by early 2021 with no impact on clinical service delivery during the project.  The funded project includes the removal of non-compliant cladding under The Building and Other Legislation (Cladding) Amendment Regulation 2018, and the completion of the recladding works.

Capital funding:

$45 million

Status:

Completed

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PA Hospital Spinal Improvement Project

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Spinal Injuries Unit Refurbishment Project will deliver nine refurbished bathrooms, a renovated dining room and a new wheelchair accessible garden feature that would improve patient amenities and family interaction for long-term patients going through rehabilitation for spinal injuries.  The project has allowed for modernisation, comfort and ease of access for patients and the necessary equipment used in spinal injury care in the bathrooms as well as the benefits for interactive spaces away from the bedside.

Capital funding:

$1.85 million

Status:

Completed

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QEII Hospital Expansion Program

We’re currently undertaking a series of infrastructure expansion and replacement projects designed to future proof QEII Jubilee Hospital. These works will ensure critical hospital infrastructure is maintained into the future and expanded to manage clinical demand. Key hospital infrastructure projects include a new medical ward, modular accommodation for administration, car parking plan as well as updated mechanical services, plumbing, air conditioning and ventilation, electrical, lift replacements, chillers and cooling tower, water and medical gas upgrades.

Capital funding:

$22.4 million

Status:

Almost Complete

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QEII Hospital Expansion Program (CEP)

We’re currently undertaking a series of infrastructure expansion and replacement projects designed to future proof QEII Jubilee Hospital. These works will ensure critical hospital infrastructure is maintained into the future and expanded to manage clinical demand. Key hospital infrastructure projects include a new accelerated delivery of a 28-bed medical ward and modular accommodation for allied health and ambulatory care, in addition to a new build for 112 additional beds, Intensive care, surgical complex and outpatient services. QEII has already benefited from updated mechanical services, plumbing, air conditioning and ventilation, electrical, lift replacements, chillers and cooling tower, water and medical gas upgrades and planning is underway for a multistorey car park.

Capital funding:

$465 million | $25 million Accelerated Delivery

Status:

In progress
 

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Last updated 13 November 2023
Last reviewed 15 May 2023