Completed projects

Albany Health Campus
The new $170.4 million Albany Health Campus is now open to patients, marking the completion of the largest public country hospital development ever undertaken in Western Australia.
Broome Health Campus
Broome Health Campus was officially opened in March 2016, marking the end of an eight year phased construction. Facilities include new operating theatres, consulting rooms for visiting specialists, a public dental surgery, refurbished maternity unit and an expanded emergency department which has more than doubled in size to 15 acute bays.
Bunbury Hospital Critical Care Project
The Critical Care Services at Bunbury Hospital include an expanded emergency department and the State’s first regional Intensive Care Unit.
Busselton Health Campus
The new Busselton Health Campus allows more South West residents to receive health services closer to home, and provides support to smaller regional facilities.
Carnarvon Health Campus
The Carnarvon Health Campus redevelopment is providing the local community with care closer to home through modern, well-equipped health services located under one roof.
Collie Health Service
The Collie Health Service underwent a $7.8 million redevelopment as part of the Southern Inland Health Initiative.
Esperance Health Campus
The $31.3million Esperance Health Campus redevelopment offers top quality care closer to home for the people of Esperance and South East coastal areas.
Exmouth Health Service
Exmouth is the Gascoyne's second biggest town - and a redevelopment of the Exmouth Health Service has given the community a modern, purpose-built health care hub located under the same roof as the hospital.
Harvey Health Service
The $13 million redevelopment of Harvey Health Service will provide local residents with state-of-the-art facilities combined with the latest advances in health care. The project was completed in May 2017.
Hedland Health Campus
Here you can view information on the new Hedland Health Campus. Anyone requiring hospital treatment should go to the Hedland Health Campus.
Kalgoorlie Health Campus
The $59.6 million redevelopment of Kalgoorlie Health Campus was officially opened on 28 August 2015 by Health Minister Dr Kim Hames. Local residents and surrounding communities can enjoy improved patient services with more options for visiting clinicians to accommodate future demand.
Karratha Health Campus
The $207.15 million Karratha Health Campus is the biggest investment in a public hospital ever undertaken in regional WA. It has an expanded emergency department, a new CT scanner, a brand new surgical centre, new delivery suites and maternity wing, world-class Telehealth services, new and expanded outpatients and essential services such as child health and medical imaging, all under one roof.
Katanning Health Service
As part of the Southern Inland Health Initiative’s $300 million capital works program Katanning was one of six regional hospitals to benefit from a total investment of more than $160 million.
Kojonup, Gnowangerup & Tambellup
The Gnowangerup Health Service, Kojonup Health Service and Tambellup Health Clinic in the Great Southern were the first three small hospitals to be upgraded under the Southern Inland Health Initiative.
Kununurra Primary Health Centre
Find out about the new Kununurra Primary Health Centre which will provide a comprehensive and integrated primary health care service and improve continuity of care for people in the Kimberley region.
Warren Health Service
The Southern Inland Health Initiative’s $300 million capital works program includes construction of the $37.6 million state-of-the-art Warren Health Service in Manjimup.
Midwest Cancer Centre
Cancer patients are benefiting from the $4.1 million state-of-the-art Midwest Cancer Centre officially opened in Geraldton on 24 November 2016 by Health Minister John Day.
South West Radiation Oncology Service Centre
Cancer treatment has become available in the South West following the opening of the new $15.2 million South West Radiation Oncology Centre; the first centre of its kind in regional Western Australia. Find out more about the Centre.
Wheatbelt - small hospitals
The Southern Inland Health Initiative $300 million capital works program has refurbished many small hospitals and health centres across the Wheatbelt to support better care closer to home

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