Final works of the $165 million Goulburn Hospital and Health Service redevelopment are underway, including refurbishment of areas within the old hospital, transfer of existing services into new spaces and a new MRI service.
Construction on the final works is being undertaken by Donnelley Constructions and is expected to be completed by late 2023.
The final works stage features:
- Ambulatory outpatients – including physiotherapy and occupational therapy, hospital in the home, wound clinics, stress testing and audiometry
- Aboriginal health
- Transitional living unit
- New MRI service
- Clinical training facility – part of the ANU redevelopment
- Upgraded car parking off Albert Street to cater for renal, oncology and ambulatory outpatient
- Staff workspaces.
The four-storey clinical services building, delivered as part of the Goulburn Hospital redevelopment was officially opened in December last year and includes a new emergency department, maternity services, an intensive care unit as well as operating theatres, day surgery and recovery areas.
For more information visit the Goulburn Hospital Redevelopment website