The Royal Hobart Hospital (RHH) is being redeveloped to improve the delivery of healthcare for Tasmanians.

The $689 million redevelopment of the RHH is delivering a modern health facility for generations of Tasmanians to come. New facilities and services are already available. Find out more...

Improved facilities

The RHH Redevelopment is already improving facilities and services for Tasmanians.

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K Block

The new 10 storey inpatient precinct, known as K-Block, facing Campbell Street will assume a new place in Hobart's skyline.

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Operational Commissioning

Operational commissioning is the process of preparing a new clinical or service area for occupation.

Find out more about how we're preparing to deliver patient services in K-Block...

Supporting the economy

The Redevelopment of the Royal Hobart Hospital is creating jobs in Tasmania for Tasmanians.

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Latest announcements

Campbell Street Works Mark Final Crane Lift

Campbell Street between Liverpool and Collins Streets will be closed to all traffic from 6.00 am on Saturday, 9 February 2019 until 7 pm on Monday, 11 February 2019 while tower crane one is dismantled.

08 Feb 2019

Hospital Cafe Opportunity

An exciting and unique opportunity awaits to establish and operate a cafĂ© and retail space at Tasmania’s newest hospital facility.

17 Dec 2018

Redevelopment Progress a Reality

The $689 million RHH Redevelopment continues to go from strength to strength after another successful year of achievements on Tasmania’s largest health infrastructure project. Watch the K-Block construction timelapse video.

14 Dec 2018

RHH Redevelopment News - December 2018

RHH Redevelopment News - December 2018 is now available.

13 Dec 2018

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Acknowledgement of Country

We pay respect to the traditional and original owners of this land the muwinina (mou wee nee nar) people, - to pay respect to those that have passed before us and to acknowledge today's Tasmanian Aboriginal community who are the custodians of this land.

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