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About Robina Hospital

About Robina Hospital

Robina Hospital has been developed and expanded to meet local health care needs now and in the future.

Located on the corner of Robina Town Centre Drive and Bayberry Lane, the original hospital was built at Robina as a private hospital in 2000. The building was acquired by the Queensland Government in June 2002 and commenced trading as Robina Hospital almost immediately.

Robina has become a hub of public health services with three health facilities, Robina Hospital, Campus Alpha and by early 2012 Robina Health Precinct, all located within 350 metres of each other.

The expanded Robina Hospital is now a critical public structure and a key local landmark for the local community.

Robina Hospital assists the Gold Coast Health Service District manage its service demand, providing additional beds and enhanced health services to the local community.

For Gold Coasters, health is in the heart of Robina.

What does this the Robina Hospital Expansion mean for the health staff

What does this the Robina Hospital Expansion mean for the community


Last Updated: 13 April 2011
Last Reviewed: 13 April 2011