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Planning, design and consultation is under way for a proposed $21.9 million refurbishment of Logan Hospital's Maternity Services. The expansion is proposed to include additional beds, delivery rooms and cots to provide contemporary maternity services for our local community, close to home.
The Queensland Government has funded the development of a Detailed Business Case (DBC) for the Logan Hospital Maternity Services Refurbishment Project. The DBC is an important component of all major infrastructure projects. It ensures the project will provide value for money, and includes:
Once the DBC is approved by the government, planning for construction will commence.
This major refurbishment project will deliver modern facilities to significantly improve the birthing experience for new mothers and their families.
It will provide greater birthing choice, improved access and enhanced privacy for mothers, ‘rooming in’ capability to allow mothers and partners to bond with their babies, and dedicated lounge facilities for families.