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St John of God Midland
Public and Private Hospital

Leveraging a major public-private partnership to boost healthcare outcomes



St John of God Health Care


Midland, WA




  • Health
Our Role
  • FF&E Management

  • Project Management

  • Superintendency

  • Tenancy Coordination

About This Project

The St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospital development was a public-private partnership with the State Government’s Department of Health and the winning tenderer, St John of God Health Care, entrusted to build the new complex (with Brookfield Multiplex as Head Contractor) and subsequently operate the facility.

Replacing the old Swan District Hospital on a new site close to Midland Train Station, it is the first new hospital in Perth’s north-eastern corridor in more than 50 years which now services the east metropolitan and Wheatbelt regions.

The four-storey structure is roughly two figure eights placed together, with the north and south blocks connected by two main interconnecting corridors. The complex includes a 367-bed main hospital building with an area of approximately 45,000sqm of floor space, several hundred on-grade car bays and other ancillary outbuildings.

  • 47,000

    pieces of FF&E

  • 45,000sqm

    built floor space

  • 367

    patient beds

+ Delivered from concept design through to operational readiness within four years.

+ Commenced construction while concurrently progressing design development to realise a fast-track programme.

+ Achieved single day start-up with transfer of patients from Swan District Hospital.

+ Widely recognised as a hugely successful major health project and public-private partnership.

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