Destravis was engaged by MSHHS to conduct master plans across their major health facilities in the HHS, including Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). This presented a unique opportunity to consider the requirements for the HHS as a whole and to consider the most efficient and effective options for investment in capital infrastructure on each of these campuses to ensure quality health service delivery throughout the HHS.
PAH is the principal referral hospital for the HHS; a Quaternary–level Hospital and major teaching and research facility providing care in all major adult specialties. It is envisaged that the future clinical services delivered by PAH will adjust to respond to the PAH vision “to be renowned worldwide for excellence in health care, teaching and research”.
It is however constrained by the physical limitations of the existing infrastructure and available land. The current facilities have limited capacity to meet the increasing demographic drivers of age and population. The volume of services provided per treated case will also influence demand as technology and treatment modalities expand and contract.
The master plan for PAH has resulted in:
Metro South Hospital and Health Service (MSHHS)
Strategic Master Plan responding to existing Precinct Plan, future health service demands and the quaternary role of the PA Hospital.
Stakeholder Management and Strategic Master Planning.