The RHH Redevelopment is already providing improved facilities and services for Tasmanians.
Patients, clients, families, staff and the wider community are benefiting from the State's largest ever health infrastructure project, which is jointly funded by the Australian and Tasmanian governments.
The Royal Hobart Hospital’s new two-storey, modern health facility will accommodate patients from Tuesday, 22 November 2016.
Under the RHH Redevelopment’s decanting strategy, the general medicine unit will be the first ward to relocate to the area of the hospital known as J-Block.
Department of Psychiatry
Ambulatory Care Centre
The ambulatory care centre is a nursing based medical day care facility for patients undergoing medical procedures and minor surgical procedures.
The new refurbished unit is now located on level 2, C-Block.
General and Women's Surgical
General and women's surgical unit is now located on level 2, A-Block, until K-Block is built and general surgery will move to level 9 and women’s surgery will be join the women’s, adolescents’ and children’s precinct on level 7.
Short Stay Surgery
A new way of delivering services has been achieved with the RHH Redevelopment.
Short stay surgery provides more post-operative care options for patients.
A new inpatient ward has been constructed on level 9, A-Block, which will provide long term accommodation for inpatient oncology.
The medical specialties unit has moved to new accommodation on level 7, A-Block.
The new refurbished acute dialysis unit is located on lower ground, J-Block. Read more and view images.
The new acute dialysis unit has six bed bays – four single bed bays and one two- bed bay, reception and nurses’ station and offices.
Wellington Clinics – outpatient services: $13 million
Cancer Centre: $25 million
New Medical Imaging Facility: $9.3 million
New Production Kitchen: $5.8 million
New Assessment and Planning Unit
Department of Critical Care Medicine: $14 million