16 May 1990 – Logan Community Hospital officially opened by then Queensland Premier Wayne Goss
90 bed community hospital (Stage 1)
Accident & emergency
Dental and Oral Health Clinic
July 1993 - Stage 2 opened by Queensland Premier Wayne Goss to deliver an extra 93 beds.
Obstetrics and gynaecology, for inpatients and outpatients:
30 bed obstetrics ward
4 room birthing suite
25 bed children’s ward
paediatric therapies area for all branches of allied health
30 bed surgical ward allowing scope for increasing gynaecology, orthopaedics, surgical and medical capacity
Critical care services:
3 bed intensive care unit
5 bed coronary care unit
Clinical support services:
two additional operating theatres
upgraded radiology, pathology and ultrasound services
8 October 1993 - Maternity, Intensive Care, Coronary Care and Paediatric services transitioned from QEII Hospital to Logan Hospital. The hospital tripled in size virtually overnight.
The first baby was born to “Cheryl”. The baby boy was Cheryl’s third child and weighed in at 3200grams.
8 July 1995 - Stage 3A – Officially opened by Minister for Health Hon Jim Elder
Additional 20 obstetrics beds and 2 birthing suites
8 cot Special Care Nursery
2 theatre day surgery unit
CT (computerised tomography) scanner
expansion of medical imaging, pharmacy and emergency departments
Logan Hospital had grown to 196 beds. Average of 6 births and 57 hospital admissions per day.
2 February 2000 - Stage 4 Ward Block - Officially opened by then Queensland Premier Hon Peter Beattie, including a new ward block, additional operating theatres, new housing for outpatients, pharmacy, pathology and a new enhanced clinical services area.
11 August 2000 - Stage 4 - officially opened by then Minister for Health Hon Wendy Edmond
2000 – Logan celebrates its 10th birthday! By this time, the hospital had grown to 312 beds
2005 – Healthy Hearing Program was introduced
21 April 2006 - MRI Machine officially opened by Minister for Health Hon Stephen Robertson
November 2014 - New $145.24 million building is opened: a new emergency department, an expanded children’s inpatient unit and, for the first time, a rehabilitation unit.
May 7 2011 - The hospital celebrated its 21st anniversary by officially opening the newly refurbished Logan Hospital Ambulatory Services Building (Building 2).
April 2018 - Children’s chemotherapy introduced at Logan Hospital in partnership with Queensland Children’s Hospital.
October 2019 – Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Steven Miles announces a $460 million expansion for Logan Hospital
January 2020 – New 28-bed medical ward opens after being craned into place in October 2019.
March 2020 – Mental Health Lounge opens within the Emergency Department.