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Logan Hospital Infrastructure Program

Planning, design and consultation is currently underway for the Logan Hospital Infrastructure Program.

The expansion encompasses several projects that — both individually and when combined — will deliver enhanced patient care and an improved environment for staff, patients and visitors.

Keeping up with demand

Logan Hospital has become the major health centre for one of the fastest growing regions in the state. Each year, there are more than 88,000 presentations to the Emergency Department and more than 75,000 inpatient admissions to the hospital.

This new program is vital to ensure the hospital can meet the demand for health services by providing new beds and treatment spaces, better staff spaces, improved maternity facilities and better parking.

The following projects form Stage 1 of the Logan Hospital Infrastructure Program. Stage 2 of the project will be the subject of further planning and development to address demand.

Logan Hospital expansion project

Three new clinical floors are planned above the existing Building 3, plus an additional fourth floor for plant. Some clinical areas and suites in other buildings will also be refurbished or expanded, and several clinical support and back of house service areas will be upgraded. The plan includes an additional 105 beds and 48 new treatment spaces, including new inpatient units.

Maternity upgrade

The upgrade planned for the maternity facilities includes additional birthing suites with immersion labour facilities, larger, more modern spaces, a mix of single and double rooms with ensuites, and updates to the Special Care Nursery.

Multi-storey car park

A new car park is planned for construction in the south-west corner of the hospital grounds, on the corner of Loganlea and Armstrong Roads. This will include end-of-trip facilities (lockers, showers, change rooms) and an undercover walkway to the hospital buildings.

Last updated 13 April 2018
Last reviewed 13 April 2018