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Designs released for Maryborough and District Hospital redevelopment
First designs have been revealed for the $100 million redevelopment and expansion of the Maryborough and District Hospital.
Designed by architects Silver Thomas Hanley, the artist impressions reveal a first look at the hospital’s exterior, main entry and new clinical spaces.
The modern design and layout combined with co-location of services, will improve patient flow and deliver better care.
About the Maryborough and District Hospital redevelopment
The project will deliver a new purpose-built facility including:
- a new urgent care centre
- a 32-bed inpatient unit
- a new maternity unit and birthing suites
- two operating theatres and recovery spaces
- a day medical centre with imaging and pathology services
- consultant suites
- reception area
- additional carparking.
Once complete, the expanded hospital will allow the treatment of an additional 4,000 patients every year.
Contractor SJ Weir has been appointed to carry out early works on the redevelopment, which are on track to start later this month.
Delivered in partnership with the Maryborough District Health Service, the project is expected to create and sustain approximately 300 construction industry jobs. It is scheduled to be completed by late 2024.
Get involved – survey open
We are now seeking local community input on what you would like to see in the hospital’s communal waiting area, outdoor and terrace spaces – including artwork, plants and interactive activities.
Let us know what you think by completing the community questionnaire via the Engage Victoria website.
Learn more about the Maryborough and District Hospital expansion via our dedicated project page.
Last updated: 17 June 2022
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