Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide - Medical Day Unit and Renal Dialysis Unit Redevelopment
Major Capital Projects

Major Capital Projects

The South Australian Government has established a high-level Taskforce to drive the co-location of a new Women's and Children's Hospital (WCH) with the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).

The Taskforce will develop a fully costed plan to build a new WCH and will identify the capital cost of the project, service specification (including bed numbers), the overall size of the new facility and the state-wide models of care needed to support the hospital's day-to-day operation. It is expected that the Taskforce will complete these activities by the end of 2018.

Click on the link below for more information about the new Women's and Children's Hospital.

WCH page link iconNew WCH Taskforce

While this work is being undertaken by the Taskforce, the South Australian Government has committed to sustaining the current Women's and Children's Hospital site, beginning with the redevelopment of the hospital's Medical Day Unit (MDU) and Renal Dialysis Unit (RDU) for children with chronic illness.

The new unit will have capacity for up to 18 treatment spaces in the future (13 in the MDU and 5 in the RDU), two procedure rooms, improved patient consulting spaces and clinical support spaces with access to natural light, and a dedicated reception area.

Click on the link below for more information about the Medical Day Unit (MDU) and Renal Dialysis Unit (RDU) redevelopment project.

WCH page link iconMedical Day Unit (MDU) and Renal Dialysis Unit (RDU) redevelopment

The Principles of WCH page link iconConsumer and Community Engagement will underpin our work in Capital works.

last modified: 08 Aug 2018