Designing Fiona Stanley Hospital
Fiona Stanley Hospital’s team of architects and health planners have worked with an extensive range of people to design WA’s new tertiary hospital – including medical, nursing, allied health and other healthcare staff, private, non-government and research organisations, patients and members of the public.
The design of the hospital is based on national and international research and principles of environmental sustainability, good accessibility and a healing health care environment.
The $2 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital is the largest building project ever undertaken by the State. It will:
- be the size of four city blocks
- have 150,000sqm of floor space over five main buildings
- have 6,300 rooms and 783 beds, including 140 rehabilitation beds
- have state-of-the-art technology in every level of the hospital
- have more than five hectares of natural bushland, landscaped parks, internal gardens, courtyards and plazas
- have 3,600 car parking bays.
The main hospital will have a central concourse, which will be the length and width of Perth’s Hay Street Mall. It will link all major areas of the hospital.
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