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Gladstone Hospital Emergency Department

Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service, in partnership with the Queensland Government, is building a new emergency department at Gladstone Hospital.

This project will double the capacity of the existing facility and enable the hospital to meet future demands of a growing and ageing population, and improve the clinical capability, patient care and user comfort.

It is a project that has been sought for many years as the existing Gladstone Hospital Emergency Department has faced significant operational challenges due to its aged and inefficient infrastructure at a time of when the Gladstone Region has experienced strong population growth.

Fit-for-purpose, the new emergency department is being made possible via a commitment of $42 million in funding from the Queensland Government.

Latest news and updates

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Stages of development

Read about the design, construction and commissioning phases.

Benefits

The new Gladstone Hospital emergency department is expected to provide a range of benefits.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to frequently asked questions about the project.

Contact

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Last updated: 6 December 2018