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Redevelopment

redevelopment at murdoch

Western Australia’s largest ever private health sector investment

Progress on St John of God Murdoch Hospital's $200+ million redevelopment project is underway, which will see the hospital grow from 363 beds to 537 beds, with additional theatres, new medical clinic and a cancer centre.

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Latest news: Practical Completion of Wexford Medical Centre

February 2014

Wexford handoverThe construction of the St John of God Murdoch Wexford Medical Centre is now complete, with most medical suites already sold or leased, ready to support the provision of outstanding health care for the local community.

The completion was marked with Brookfield Multiplex officially handing over the building to Murdoch on Friday 28 February 2014.

The Wexford Medical Centre features seventy consulting suites enabling our specialists to provide a wide range of medical specialty services, including orthopaedics, cardiology, obstetrics and urology, and almost doubles the consulting suite space on the Murdoch campus. The Medical Centre will also feature radiology, pathology, a cafe and retail space.

wexford medical centreThe Medical Centre is named after Wexford, a port city south of Dublin Ireland, which was the founding place of the Sisters of St John of God. In 1895, the Sisters left Wexford to start their healing mission in Western Australia. ..

 

 

 

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Detailed Project Information

The redevelopment features more beds, more theatres, expansions of key departments and a new medical centre.

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Keep up to date on our redevelopment:

In addition to our regular email and printed updates, interested caregivers, campus users and community can stay in touch with our redevelopment in a number of ways including: