Health care closer to home in the South West
At $35.9 million, this bold vision is the
largest scale redevelopment
of the South West Health Campus (SWHC) containing:
During 2012 we're making the South West's health dreams reality
- building leading edge medical facilities and delivering
specialist services which would not otherwise have been available
to local people.
We will deliver local and high quality specialist treatment for
more seriously ill patients, reducing the stress of long and often
repeat trips to Perth.
For information about the joint initiative of St John of God
Bunbury Hospital and the WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network
The site aims to provide a one-stop-shop for finding and
accessing patient information and services relating to cancer
diagnosis and local treatment in the South West of Western
And its another part of the St John of God way of caring
for the thousands of people in our region.
What we're doing now
Unhampered by heavy rain and overwhelming heat at the start
of building in January 2012, work continues in earnest on the
exciting and essential redevelopment at the South West Health
The changing the face of the SWHC begins the start of
another chapter in our ongoing investment in the health of the
South West community we are a part of and serve, with the
addition of a single storey 868sqm Coronary Care Unit and
a two-storey 1450sqm Comprehensive Cancer Centre.
Follow our progress in the latest
monthly redevelopment update to find out more about how we're
building great facilities to give public and private patients
access to quality care nearer to their families and support
The redevelopment fact sheet list is
an alphabetical list which is always growing and
If you want more information or
would like to be informed of any new fact sheets we develop, please
join the redevelopment mailing list.
Our most recent fact sheet details another first for
regional Western Australia - we're installing the first
nuclear medicine imaging system, Positron
Emitting Tomography / Computed Tomography (PET-CT) - and only
the fifth in the state.
- $23.374M funding from the Australian Government towards the
Comprehensive Cancer Centre
- $5M funding from the WA Government’s Royalties for
- $2.55M funding from the Australian Government towards expanded
Renal Dialysis Services.
- $4.8M funding from St John of God Health Care
Archive of all 2011and 2012 updates
Monthly progress updates (commencing
Weekly progress updates (15 August - 5
December 2011) .