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Box Hill Hospital, Box Hill, VIC

The new state-of-the-art Box Hill Hospital project was officially opened on August 12th 2014 by Premier Denis Napthine along with Health Minister David Davis and Box Hill state Liberal MP Robert Clark.

The $447.5 million project located on Arnold Street completes stage one of the Hospitals’ transformation and will be the major referral centre for Melbourne’s East, meeting the growing demand for services in this region. This exciting new facility includes a new, larger emergency department with 19 extra cubicles, a new 18 bed intensive care unit, more inpatient wards, seven new operating theatres, three endoscopy/minor procedure refurbished theatres as well as a dedicated precinct for women’s health services.
Other new facilities include inpatient and day cancer treatment and cardiac catheter laboratories. Additional imaging services are also collocated with the new emergency department. The development was completed ahead of schedule and accommodates an additional 200 beds.
The new Box Hill Hospital was delivered by the Victorian Department of Health working closely together with Eastern Health with planning and design services delivered by Silver Thomas Hanley in Joint Venture with Jackson Architecture.
Stage two has commenced and includes the refurbishment of the existing hospital facilities and will house sub-acute beds and both clinical and non-clinical support services and expansion of outpatient consulting services.

56,600 m2

Completed 2014 (Stage 1)
Completion 2015 (Stage 2)

Eastern Health
Victorian Department of Health