St John of God Subiaco Hospital redevelopment

A staged transformation of our hospital that will enable us to meet the future health care needs of Western Australians.

Following extensive planning and community and stakeholder consultation, a major redevelopment of St John of God Subiaco Hospital has been approved by St John of God Health Care’s Board.

The redevelopment is the biggest in our hospital’s history and will add a new eight storey clinical block featuring a mother and baby unit, heart centre and six new operating theatres.

In addition to expanding our hospital’s range of services through the introduction of new facilities, technology and equipment, the redevelopment will dramatically enhance the patient experience.

It will also advance our hospital’s position as a leading provider of private hospital services by creating a state-of-the-art facility designed and equipped to meet the health needs of our community now and into the future.

The Local Development Plan lodged with the Town of Cambridge has been approved and we are now progressing our Development Application (DA). 

  • New eight storey clinical block featuring:
    o Mother and baby unit
    o Heart centre
    o Six operating theatres
  • Kitchen upgrades to allow hospital-wide a la carte room service
  • Purpose built isolation ward
  • Telehealth and virtual care hub to help patients feel supported post-discharge
  • Additional parking
  • New chapel and site energy plant
  • Upgraded hospital entrance and new open spaces
  • Upgraded sterilisation services department


Our hospital's redevelopment will be undertaken across four stages. The initial stage includes:


  • Construction of a temporary caregiver car park to reduce the impact to visitor parking
  • Upgrade of the hospital's existing kitchen, to allow hospital-wide a la carte room service
  • Construction of a purpose built pandemic ward to care for patients when outbreaks occur
  • New lifts to improve movement across the hospital for our patients, visitors, caregivers and doctors
  • Expansion of the existing Sterilisation Services Department


Every effort will be made to ensure that our patients and the wider local community are not disturbed by the works.

If you would like more information about the Redevelopment, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions.

Alternatively, please contact the Redevelopment Team via [email protected]

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