31 January 2020
In December 2019 CALHN released two surveys to staff regarding the Stage 3 Redevelopment projects at the Repat Health Precinct and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
ANMF has received the feedback report summarising the results.
Repat Health Precinct
In February 2019, the Minister for Health and Wellbeing announced a $70 million funding agreement to revitalise the Repat Health Precinct. As Part of the $70 million agreement the Federal Government committed $30 million for a new state-wide brain injury and spinal cord injury rehabilitation facility. As a result of this announcement, state-wide brain injury and spinal cord injury rehabilitation will relocate from Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre (HRC) to the Repat Health Precinct.
Read the report here.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
The TQEH Stage 3 Redevelopment project builds on the $323 million already invested in the first two stages of the redevelopment (opened in 2004, 2009 and 2013 respectively).
These stages comprised:
- 200 bed inpatient facility (Stage 1)
- second inpatient building, the Basil Hetzel Research Institute and a multi-deck staff carpark (Stage 2)
- rehabilitation building and 20 bed Older Person’s Mental Health Unit (Stage 2b).
Read the report here .