campus master plan

The key purpose of master planning is to develop a framework for how key clinical connections and requirements can be supported with different types of infrastructure, and how this infrastructure can be located and connected to existing and new health networks, as well as supporting infrastructure such as transport and utilities.

It also addresses how people will get to and from the hospital, what associated facilities and development will add to the healthcare facilities, and how the hospital works as a place. The master plan also considers how the hospital will expand and be renewed to provide high quality health services well into the future.

The campus master plan for the Tweed Valley Hospital has been developed in consultation with local and state government agencies, clinicians, operational staff and the community.
 

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