Construction and Upgrades – Women's and Children's Hospital Upgrade Project

Construction and Upgrades

Big things are happening here

Women's and Children's Hospital Upgrade Project

A $50 million upgrade of the Women's and Children's Hospital is underway so that we can continue to provide the highest quality of care while planning continues for a new hospital.

The upgrades will address high priority clinical and infrastructure requirements in four key areas, enabling us to continue to deliver high quality and safe services to our patients and their families.

These exciting upgrades include:

WCH page link iconChild and Adolescent Mental Health ward relocation and redevelopment to create an outdoor space and a high dependency area.

WCH page link iconNeonatal Nursery redevelopment to expand the treatment space providing better access for families and staff.

WCH page link iconPaediatric Emergency Department redevelopment, with improved triage area, dedicated mental health assessment spaces and three extra treatment areas.

WCH page link iconOperating theatres refurbishment in their current locations to create a friendly atmosphere for our families.

The Operating Theatres redevelopment has commenced with the upgrade of the Procedure Room. Following the Procedure Room upgrade each theatre will be refurbished one theatre at a time.

The Paediatric Emergency Department redevelopment will commence in November 2019, with works to begin in Boylan Ward and the Neonatal Nurseries in early 2020.

We are aware that there may be an increase in noise and activity resulting from these exciting upgrades but we are working hard to minimise disruptions for our patients, their families, visitors and our staff.

A frequently asked questions document, with further information about the redevelopment works
isPDF iconavailable (305kb).

If you have questions about the sustainment works, please contact the project team at health.WCHNCapitalProjects@sa.gov.au.


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