Frankston Hospital Redevelopment




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Frankston Hospital Redevelopment
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STATUS: Credibly proposed
VALUE: $562M AUD
SECTOR: Social infrastructure
JURISDICTION: VIC
PROCUREMENT APPROACH:
TYPE: Greenfield

The Victorian Government committed to a $562 million redevelopment of Frankston Hospital as part of its election campaign. The redevelopment aims to cope with the rapidly growing population on the Mornington Peninsula.

The redevelopment will add 120 new hospital beds, two new operating theatres and an additional 13 new emergency department beds. It will deliver a massive expansion of child and maternal health services including a new maternity ward, obstetrics ward, women’s clinic, paediatric ward and special care nursery.

It is expected that construction will commence in 2020 and be finished by 2024.



Last reviewed: 30/11/2018

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