See what projects are happening in your area
18 June 2020
16 June 2021
Updated COVIDSafe settings for metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria are now in place.
View new restrictions to construction sites.
10 Village Avenue,
The Victorian Government has invested $217 million to deliver the next stage of the Latrobe Regional Hospital Expansion.
This stage will expand the maternity unit and deliver three new operating theatres, 44 new beds and 14 new medical and surgical beds. This means more people can get the care they need, closer to home.
There will also be six new intensive care unit beds and an extra emergency department bay.
The expansion will help to meet the region's increasing and complex health demands. It is part of our master plan for delivering improved health services throughout the Gippsland region.
Stages 1 and 2 are complete and involved the delivery of a bigger emergency department and new cardiac facilities.
For more information on stage 1 and 2, please see the Latrobe Regional Hospital - Stage 2 project page.
Latrobe Regional Hospital Expansion - Stage 3A final design release
The designs reveal a first look at the hospital's exterior, grounds and internal fit-outs, which have been carefully considered to create a welcoming and healing atmosphere for patients and families.
View these artist's impressions in the image gallery below.
JOBS EMPLOYED BY LATROBE REGIONAL HOSPITAL
EXTRA OPERATING THEATRES
The expansion will provide better and faster services to patients, as well as making it more attractive for healthcare professionals to work, and remain, in Gippsland.
Scheduled for completion in late 2023, the next stage of the Latrobe Regional Hospital expansion will deliver:
It will expand the maternity unit by adding:
Latrobe Regional Hospital expansion – Stage 3A aims to achieve the following benefits:
This stage of the expansion will allow for an extra 6,200 more elective surgeries per year. This means that people will get the procedures they need – faster.
The new birthing suites, maternity beds and special care cots means that more mothers will be able to give birth closer to home.
The project is expected to create 600 construction jobs and will help to attract and retain the best health professionals in Gippsland.
This project is being delivered by the Victorian Health Building Authority in partnership with:
21 January 2021
21 August 2020
06 July 2020
20 February 2020
28 May 2019
20 October 2019
18 October 2019
22 March 2019
Donac Facilisis tortor ut augue lacinia, at viverra
Last updated: 08 June 2021
Stay up to date with news and information from VHBA
Join our online commmunity for regular news and project updates