Our building projects

In this section you will find information about our current building projects around country WA, including the development process, news and contacts.

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 will offer top quality care closer to home for the people of Esperance and South East coastal areas. The project is due for completion in 2017.
Karratha Health Campus
The $207.15 million Karratha Health Campus will be the biggest investment in a public hospital ever undertaken in regional WA. It will have 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.
Pingelly & Cunderdin Health Centres
The Southern Inland Health Initiative’s $300 million capital works program includes about $40 million to redevelop and reform small hospitals in Cunderdin, Pingelly, Mullewa and Dongara to create contemporary fit-for-purpose health centres.
Katanning Health Service
As part of the half a billion dollar Southern Inland Health Initiative, Katanning is one of six regional hospitals set 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.
Warren Health Service
Serving the communities of Manjimup and Pemberton, the Warren Hospital in Manjimup will be replaced by a new state-of-the-art hospital in 2018 - the Warren Health Service.
Merredin Health Service
The eastern Wheatbelt town of Merredin serves as a regional hub for surrounding towns. It is is currently undergoing a significant refurbishment as part of the Southern Inland Health Initiative.
Mullewa & Dongara Health Centres
The Southern Inland Health Initiative’s $300 million capital works program includes about $40 million to redevelop and reform small hospitals in Cunderdin, Pingelly, Mullewa and Dongara to create contemporary fit-for-purpose health centres.
Narrogin Hospital
The Narrogin Health Service is currently undergoing a major redevelopment as part of the half a billion dollar Southern Inland Health Initiative.
Northam Health Service
A major upgrade for the town's hospital is being planned as part of the half a billion dollar Southern Inland Health Initiative, supporting better care closer to home.
Onslow Health Service
The Onslow Health Service redevelopment includes a brand new hospital and new facilities for key health services, brought together in a modern, healthcare hub.
Wheatbelt - small hospitals
To ensure these facilities continue to be equipped to deliver healthcare locally into the future, the Southern Inland Health Initiative, funded by the Royalties for Regions program is refurbishing many small hospitals and health centres across the Wheatbelt.
Completed projects