The QEII Medical Centre (QEIIMC) is embarking on an integrated Master Plan for the further redevelopment of its Nedlands campus. The QEIIMC Trust has appointed architects and urban planners, Hames Sharley, to deliver this exciting project known as QEIIMC Futures.
The Chairman of the Trust, Mr Steven Cole said this is a step towards ensuring the QEIIMC continues to be affirmed as a world-class clinical, academic and research health campus.
Hames Sharley is leading an interdisciplinary team that will commence an extensive consultation and engagement program in the coming months to enable key stakeholders such as patients, visitors, staff, health professionals, tenants, suppliers and local residents to become part of the planning process.
“These contributions will help shape the future of the QEIIMC campus and the Trust Board is looking forward to engaging with its stakeholders,” Steven said.
The first phase of the QEIIMC master planning has seen the transformation of the QEIIMC campus to include a comprehensive Cancer Centre, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Ralph and Patricia Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute, new PathWest building, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Mental Health Unit, the new Perth Children’s Hospital (also accommodating the Telethon Kids Institute), a multi-deck carpark, Ronald McDonald House and the Central Plant that delivers critical power and utilities infrastructure to QEIIMC campus tenants.
Hames Sharley has a long history of involvement on the QEIIMC campus through previous master planning and key projects such as the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
The Hames Sharley team believe engagement with the Trust and campus stakeholders will offer invaluable insight to guide strategies for the campus to evolve into the next phase of redevelopment.
See the QEIIMC website for more information about the project.