Ahead of Victorian Healthcare Week 2019 we take a look at how two Australian hospital precinct are investing in patient centricity and working to deliver superior patient care.
Explore insights from:
- Tobi Wilson, who discusses the masterplanned $740m redevelopment of Prince of Wales and Sydney Eye Hospitals.
- Anne Mennen, who explores how a $470m investment will provide innovative and holistic patient centred care at the Victorian Heart Hospital.
Victorian Heart Hospital: Enhancing Patient Outcomes with a Patient-Centred and Service Orientated Design
Operated by Monash Health, and backed by the state government, the Victorian Heart Hospital will service the increasing needs of Melbourne’s booming south-east, and be available to all Victorians in need of critical, potentially life-saving cardiac treatment.
With early construction works already underway, and the project due for completion in 2022, Anne Mennen, Director of Development at the Victorian Heart Hospital explores how the project will deliver innovative and holistic patient-centred care.
Prince of Wales Hospital: Driving Superior Patient Experiences Through Strategic Health Campus Partnerships
Ahead of Victorian Healthcare Week we chat to Tobi Wilson, General Manager at the Prince of Wales hospital, who explores how Prince of Wales is partnering with neighbouring UNSW to create a Health Campus that leverages technology, education and innovation to deliver superior care. Tobi also explores the challenges associated with the $720m development and delves into the stakeholder engagement initiatives helping to overcome these.
Ahead of Health Facilities Design and Development 2019 (running as part of Victorian Healthcare Week 2019) we bring you The Great Debate - a new format for our Victorian audience – bringing together four healthcare leaders from across Australia to discuss, debate and decide on one of facility design and developments biggest questions; how do we prioritise investment funding, resources and timing to deliver superior patient experiences?