75-87 Clarendon St,
The Victorian Government is investing $100 million to redevelop and expand Maryborough and District Hospital.
The state-of-the-art redevelopment will deliver a new urgent care centre, a 32-bed inpatient unit, two operating theatres and recovery spaces, and a day medical centre with imaging and pathology services.
The redevelopment will also add new birthing suites ensuring more women can give birth in Maryborough, close to their family and loved ones.
When complete, Maryborough and District Hospital will be able to treat an additional 4,000 patients every year.
First designs released
Artist impressions have been unveiled for the $100 million project, revealing a first look at the facility’s façade and clinical spaces.
The Maryborough and District Hospital redevelopment comprises a mix of new building and refurbishment works including construction of a new multi-storey building to the south of the existing hospital. The project will deliver:
an urgent care centre
32 inpatient beds
a new maternity unit and birthing suites
two operating theatres and recovery spaces
a day medical centre including clinical imaging, pharmacy and pathology services
The Maryborough and District Hospital redevelopment aims to achieve the following benefits:
The Maryborough and District Hospital redevelopment aims to meet the needs of central Victoria's growing population. The project will enable the hospital to treat an extra 4,000 patients each year.
Improved health outcomes for the community
Better access to primary and community health services will provide more people with the care and treatment they need, leading to better health outcomes.
More support for mums
The new birthing suites and maternity beds mean that more mothers will be able to give birth closer to home.
Improved staff amenities
A contemporary hospital will provide a safe working environment for staff, promoting employee safety and wellbeing. This will support Maryborough and District Hospital to recruit and retain staff, as well as continue their training and teaching.
Jobs for Victorians
The project is expected to create and sustain approximately 300 construction industry jobs.