The $2 billion development of the Fiona Stanley Hospital is the West Australian government’s largest ever infrastructure project. It provides 783 hospital beds including a 140 bed rehabilitation service funded by the Australian government.

The landmark design houses a comprehensive cancer centre, including radiotherapy treatment facilities, medical oncology and haematology, renal transplantation and dialysis, paediatric, obstetric and neonatal services. Additional radiology services including MRI, CT and PET/CT have also been provided. A medical research facility built for the Harry Perkin’s Institute of Medical Research will also be co-located on-site.

A ‘One Team’ approach was embraced on this project to facilitate and nurture a collaborative working environment. This approach was key to executing the large scale project. This development is a world-class medical, research and education facility that will sustain generations to come.

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