Logan Hospital has grown from a 48-bed community hospital in 1990 to a 316-bed hospital today, mirroring the rapid growth in population in the Logan region.
The hospital provides acute medical, surgical, rehabilitation, maternity and other specialty services for children and adults.
The multi-million dollar Logan Hospital Expansion Project will ensure that we continue to grow with our community.
Logan hospital is committed to providing the best possible facilities and medical technology, as well as the services of an efficient and caring staff who share a common goal – excellence in health care.
As a teaching hospital, we help train future health care professionals and participate in research through strong partnerships with Queensland’s leading tertiary institutions.
Logan Hospital is part of Metro South Health, a major provider of public health services in south east Queensland.
The Logan area has a generally younger population, with a higher proportion of people aged 0-14 years and the lowest proportion of people aged over 65 years compared with the rest of our Health Service.
The population is very diverse, with the largest proportion of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population in southern Queensland living in the area and a significant number of people from culturally or linguistically diverse backgrounds.
In the 2012-13 financial year, there were: