Modbury Hospital Health Precinct

The start of early site works for the $117 million capital works redevelopment at Modbury Hospital marks an exciting and historic milestone for this significant project.

The build includes a $92 million facility for a new 24-bed Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit and a 20-bed Older Persons Mental Health Unit to be relocated from Lyell McEwin Hospital. Office and staff facilities are included along with dedicated mental health outpatient rooms for consumers to access assessment therapy to support wellbeing and recovery.

Render on the new Mental Health facility at Modbury Hospital

Draft concept designs now available include 3D visualisations of specially designed living spaces for daily activities in the mental health units to support therapeutic care and recovery.

The concept designs are the result of broad consultation, including workshops, working groups, forums and specific end user design groups involving various key stakeholders, expert clinicians, staff, including those with lived experience of mental health concerns, consumers and carers.

Also included in the new building will be a new $25 million Modbury Hospital Cancer Centre.

A new multi-level carpark will be delivered as part of the hospital precinct redevelopment to provide additional parking for staff and increase accessibility for patients.

Take a look inside

Take a virtual look inside the new mental health services and cancer centre at the Modbury Hospital site using the floorplans and 3D visualisations linked below.

Cancer Centre and Mental Health Consult and Administration (First Floor)

Older Persons Mental Health Unit (Ground Floor)

Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit (Lower Ground Floor)

Render of the new Mental Health facility at Modbury Hospital

Recent upgrades 

The new plans are another step in the continuous development of Modbury Hospital, you can see previous developments on the recent upgrades page.