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Bundaberg Hospital

A new Bundaberg Hospital

Following Queensland Government approval, Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service is working with Building Queensland to prepare a detailed business case for a new hospital in Bundaberg, on a new site.

The detailed business case process is very comprehensive and is laid out by the State Government, as per all major infrastructure planning in the state.

A new hospital for Bundaberg is likely to be a build for at least the next 50 years – it’s important to get the planning right now, so we can provide the best possible health care and the best possible outcomes for the whole Wide Bay region into the future.

We want our community to be fully aware of how planning is progressing, and we will keep you informed as the process develops through a variety of channels, including this web page.

 

The process

The detailed business case process involves:

Selecting a site
An Expression of Interest process to see if, in addition to state-owned land, there are any suitable privately owned or local government-owned land options

Developing a detailed masterplan
Including facility size and design, supporting services and infrastructure needs, hospital access, car parking and cost analysis

Workforce planning
Continuing to plan for the significant growth in a broad range of health roles and support services

Community and stakeholder engagement
Involving clinicians, private partners, government and non‑government agencies, consumers and community members.

Timeline

 

Expression of Interest
Land for proposed new hospital site in Bundaberg

INVITATION TO PUT FORWARD A PREFERRED SITE

Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service (WBHHS) now invites landowners, either directly or through their agent, to express an interest in listing their land to form part of a detailed investigation for selection of a preferred site for the proposed new hospital. The land will need to be between 15 hectares to 20 hectares and within 17 kilometres of Bundaberg’s Central Business District.

WBHHS and Building Queensland’s more detailed site criteria, associated conditions and lodgement requirements are included in the Expression of Interest Document.

TIMING

Any person wishing to put forward their nominated site for consideration has until 9 September 2019.

To register your interest and /or to receive a copy of the Expression of Interest Document,  please contact WBHHS’s Property Consultant (PC)
Mr John Woolley on 0417 603 702 or
email jwoolley@ranbury.com.au

Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service

Last updated: 14 August 2019