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Title: Case study: Insights from finalising hospital designs and clinical services plan during a health services merger and a pandemic.
Author: Lancer, Nicole
Issue Date: 2024
Conference Name: Australian Healthcare Week
Conference Date: March 20-21
Conference Place: Sydney, Australia
Abstract: Since the $595.6 million Ballarat Base Hospital Redevelopment commenced, Grampians Health has become one of the largest regional health care providers in Victoria following the merger of four health services. During this time, like all health services across the country, Grampians Health also experienced unprecedented challenges as a result of the COVID19 pandemic. Confronted with the intricate task of overseeing both the merger, redesign of clinical services, all while managing the COVID-19 crisis, this presentation chronicles the commendable efforts undertaken by Grampians Health. Key highlights of this presentation include: - Efforts aimed to uphold program integrity, adhere to budget constraints, and simultaneously deliver adaptable, forward-looking outcomes. - Navigating engagement challenges to drive a stakeholder-led design development process; and - Pivoting to capture changing strategic priorities and clinical needs
Internal ID Number: 02517
Type: Conference
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