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Logan Hospital has become the major health centre for one of the fastest growing regions in the state. Each year, there are more than 89,000 presentations to the emergency department, and more than 80,000 inpatient admissions to the hospital.
The proposed infrastructure program is vital to ensure the hospital can meet the demand for healthcare services into the future, and provide a modern, comfortable environment for patients, visitors and staff.
There are two major projects that are being planned as part of the Logan Hospital Infrastructure Program:
Both of the projects are currently in the Detailed Business Case (DBC) phase.
The DBC is an important component of all major infrastructure projects. It ensures the project will provide value for money and meet the needs of the community. The DBC process includes:
Once the DBC is approved by the government, a detailed design of the new facilities and planning for construction will commence.
Following funding approval, we expect construction on the Maternity Services Refurbishment Project will be the first to commence in mid 2019. This will be followed by the larger expansion project in late 2019-early 2020.
Yes. Staff, patient and community feedback is vital to ensure the success of the project and to ensure the needs of all stakeholders have been carefully considered, evaluated and prioritised.
Representatives from each of these groups are currently being engaged through User Groups. User Groups provide valuable input during each planning phase of a project, and will continue during schematic design and detailed design.
Patients, families and community members can also provide feedback via our website.
The health and safety of Logan Hospital’s patients, families, visitors and staff - as well as the maintenance of clinical services - will be our top priorities during construction.
Some noise and other disruptions will be unavoidable during construction. Plans to manage this will be developed closer to construction in consultation with staff, patients and visitors in the various areas affected by works.