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Planning is underway for a $62 million Stage 1 expansion of Redland Hospital which includes a new Intensive Care Unit, a 32-bed ward and the refurbishment of a number of existing areas in the hospital.
Stage 1 is jointly funded by the Queensland Government ($32 million) and the Australian Government ($30 million).
A $6 million detailed business case is about to commence to deliver detailed planning for a major expansion of Redland Hospital. The proposed Stage 2 expansion would boost the capacity and capability of the hospital and increase its self-sufficiency to provide access to more healthcare services closer to home for the community.
The detailed business case involves a significant amount of work, including a detailed analysis of service and population demands, and projections to ensure a robust and deliverable plan. A range of experts will be engaged to work with clinicians and stakeholders to design the facilities, including health service planning experts, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, and economists.