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More than 30,000 additional residents are expected to call the Redlands Coast home in the next decade and demand for healthcare services continues to grow.

A range of projects to provide more and better healthcare services at Redland Hospital have been completed or are underway.

Multi-level car park

Redland Multi-level Car Park artist's impressionMetro South Health is committed to creating additional car parking capacity at Redland Hospital to meet the needs of patients, visitors and staff now, and into the future.

A new five-level car park will be built at Redland Hospital to provide easier and more secure car parking. When it opens in early 2022, the new multi-level car park will bring the total number of onsite car parks to 1162.

The car park will be built in the north-west corner—which is behind the existing hospital buildings—and will have a dedicated access road. Patients, visitors and staff will continue to be able to access parking on and around the Redland Hospital campus while construction of the car park is underway.

The cost for car parking will be finalised in the lead up to the opening of the multi-level car park. Concessions will be available for eligible patients and carers.

Quick facts

  • Five-level car park
  • 713 undercover parking spaces
  • Safety features including lighting, CCTV and duress points on each level
  • Sustainable features including solar panels and a water tank
  • End-of-trip facilities for active transport, including bike spaces, showers and lockers
  • Designed with the future in mind, with the flexibility to be expanded in the future.

Completed projects

Redland Hospital Birthing Unit expansion

The Redland Hospital Birthing Unit expansion, part of a $1.73 million investment by the Queensland Government, opened in March 2020.

The expansion included a new birth suite, the refurbishment of two existing birth suites, and a refurbished Maternity Assessment Unit, as well as the introduction of water birthing with three new birthing pools.

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Redland Hospital Emergency Department expansion

In January 2020, the Redland Hospital Emergency Department was expanded by an additional four short stay beds as part of a $1.73 million investment by the Queensland Government.

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Last updated 24 July 2020
Last reviewed 2 October 2019