Camperdown Modern — a new healthcare facility proposed to be developed by partners Mathieson Property and PWD — aims to meet the growing demand for health services in Sydney's inner west.
The three-metre-wide and 217-metre-long pedestrian bridge connects the Perth Children’s Hospital and Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre to Kings Park.
Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Yvette D'Ath said that the crucial projects across the south-east corner would deliver improved healthcare services in growing communities.
Construction company Multiplex has won the enabling works contract for the $835 million John Hunter Hospital Innovation Precinct (JHHIP).
A 339-bed, $470 million hospital has officially opened in the Lower Hunter Valley of New South Wales.
Peninsula Villages' 114-bed ageing-in-place development, Pozieres House built by Grindley Construction, has won a 2021 Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Award.
Neo-Bionica, a joint venture between The Bionics Institute and The University of Melbourne, is an end-to-end medical device prototype development facility, recently launched in Melbourne.
The mental health unit will treat a range of disorders, with specialised support for depression and anxiety disorders.
South-west Sydney will be home to a new maternity and paediatric private health facility — The George Centre — set to open in mid-2023.
Combining health, education, innovation and research, Westmead's Central Acute Services Building (CASB) stands as the new benchmark for connection in design.
Creating a space where patients could comfortably spend time receiving treatment was central to the design ethos of the new $9.5 million day oncology centre at South Eastern Private.
Cura Day Hospitals Group has acquired a majority stake in Somerset Private Hospital, which will provide locals with world-class health care close to home.
Seqirus has announced plans to construct a world-class biotech manufacturing facility in Australia to supply influenza vaccines to Australia and the rest of the world.
When Korongee Village officially opened its doors in July this year, it marked the beginning of a new era in dementia care in Australia.
Perth's Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research takes its cues from the human body, with a central stairway twisting like a strand of DNA and revealing different activities on different levels.