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About us

Logan Hospital is the major health centre for one of the fastest growing regions in the state. We have grown from a 48-bed community hospital in 1990 to a 436-bed1 hospital today, mirroring the rapid growth in population in the Logan region.

Services we provide

We provide acute medical, surgical, rehabilitation, maternity, cardiology, orthopaedics, renal and other specialty services for children and adults.

As part of our commitment to performing more elective surgery, in early 2014, we opened our eighth surgical theatre. The new theatre has allowed us to perform an average of 12-15 major cases to 40-50 minor operations each week.

In late 2014, Logan Hospital opened our doors to a brand new multi-storey building as part of our multi-million dollar expansion project. The first stages of this project included a new co-located adult’s and children’s emergency department, an expanded children’s inpatient ward and a new 24-bed rehabilitation unit. A new cardiac catheter laboratory will also be built, allowing up to 800 local residents with heart conditions to be treated closer to home.


As a teaching hospital, we help train future health care professionals and participate in research through strong partnerships with Queensland’s leading tertiary institutions.

Our activity

In the 2016-2017 financial year, there were:

  • 75,303 patients admitted to the hospital
  • 88,256 patients admitted to the emergency department
  • 303,474 outpatient appointments
  • 3,227 babies born.

Our staff

Logan Hospital employs more than 2,000 staff2 including:

  • 955 nurses
  • 331 doctors including visiting medical officers
  • 244 health professionals
  • 255 operational officers
  • 271 managerial and clerical officers.


We produce a number of publications to inform our community about our performance and achievements.

  1. Including bed alternatives
  2. Full time equivalent staff
Last updated 27 September 2019
Last reviewed 17 May 2015