Please note that this is a draft program only! It is subject to change without notice.
Please see below for the current program structure.
Wednesday 9th September –
Hospital tours & Welcome Reception
Thursday 10th September –
Conference day 1 & trade night
Friday 11th September –
Conference day 2 & Conference Dinner at Fraser’s Restaurant
Fiona Stanley Hospital Technical Tour
Limited Space only.
Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) is located in Murdoch, 15 kilometres south of the Perth CBD and nine kilometres east of Fremantle.
Designed to meet the growing needs of communities south of Perth and across the State, the recently opened 783-bed, $2 billion public hospital features the most advanced medical equipment and technology.
As the major tertiary hospital in Perth’s south metropolitan area, FSH provides a full range of medical and surgical services including the State Burns Service, the 140-bed State Rehabilitation Service, comprehensive cancer services, 30-bed purpose-built mental health unit and state-of-the-art emergency care.
In addition to comprehensive clinical services, FSH offers inter-professional education and training services delivered in a purpose-built facility and supports research with the aim of enhancing and improving future health care delivery for all Western Australians.
New Children’s Hospital Technical Tour
Limited Space only.
The $1.2 billion Perth Children's Hospital will be built on the QEII Medical Centre site in the Perth suburb of Nedlands and will replace Princess Margaret Hospital when it opens in 2016.
Perth Children's Hospital will be the centrepiece of the WA child health care system. As a world-class tertiary hospital, it will provide the speciality medical treatment for the most serious medical cases, as well as key secondary services including inpatient and outpatient care and day stay care.
The tour will present one of the first opportunities for none project staff to look around what is a first class world standard facility, with innovation in evidence based design and services built around patient centred care.
Some key Construction Facts
57,000 drawings produced
2,000 structural piles installed
11,332 tonnes of reinforcement installed
122,000 cubic meters of concrete poured