Nexus Hospitals is proud to have served the Tasmanian community for over 25 years. This year alone at our Hobart Day Surgery in Warneford Street, we have performed over 10,000 surgical procedures serving the broader Hobart community across a range of medical specialties. As testament to both the professionalism of our staff and doctors, and to the demand for high quality surgical facilities in Hobart, over the past few years we have significantly outgrown our hospital in South Hobart.
Working with our Tasmanian partners since 2017, we have progressed the development of a new, jointly owned nearly $60 million hospital incorporating a medical hub.
This modern complex will incorporate a purpose-built hospital which will allow us to expand the range of surgical services we are able to offer. By co-locating with other health related services, this medical hub also affords health practitioners with improved coordination of services, and our patients with an easily accessible one-stop health service – a dedicated health centre for the future.
This exciting project is ready to proceed, and we are working to commence construction by the end of 2021.
Designed as a one stop medical precinct, the development is to be located at 48-52 New Town Road at the old WIN TV Studios site. It will comprise an integrated medical centre and hospital, including seven operating theatres and a 26 bed overnight ward for in-patient care. Co-located with the hospital will be a suite of related health service providers including general practice, radiology and pathology.
A focus on Patient Convenience
With two levels of onsite undercover parking via the New Town Road entrance, patients, staff and doctors will enjoy the convenience of direct access to medical appointments and surgery with limited impact on neighbouring streets.
As with Hobart Day Surgery, Tasman Private will observe normal business hours of operation, with minimal after hours’ impact to nearby residents. The hospital will have no emergency department or after hours admissions, and ambulance traffic will be minimal and no sirens are used during normal patient transfers.
Including two levels of underground parking, the medical centre will be built over five levels comprising:
A dedicated plant room servicing the hospital will be located on the top level.
Level 1 will house the seven private hospital theatres, accessible from the lower floors and underground car parking via a lift. Purpose built to service a range of medical craft groups well-suited to the short stay environment, planned services include orthopaedics, ophthalmology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, pain services, oral and dental surgery and ENT.
Level 1 will also provide tenancy space for medical specialties.
The building’s main entrance will be from New Town Road on the ground floor with an attractive café and open area, providing convenient access to the Tasman Private Hospital 26 bed ward.
The ground floor will also accommodate a number of healthcare tenancies.
Commercial access for deliveries, waste removal, patient transport, and storerooms for medical equipment and supplies is proposed at the rear of the Ground Floor facing Clare Street. This access replicates the commercial delivery system used by the current owners of the site.
Lower Ground Level
Healthcare tenancy leasehold, with a second level of undercover car parking, together with plant and service infrastructure.
A second level of undercover car parking, together with the centre’s service infrastructure.
The broader Hobart community deserves easy access to world-class, integrated health services, and Nexus Hospitals specialises in providing a hospital service with high quality patient care at its core. Our Hobart Day Surgery on Warneford Street stands as testimony to our long-term commitment to the high standard of care provided to Tasmanians over the last 25-years, with the proposed hospital and medical hub in New Town set to guide that commitment into the future.
We will continue to service the medical specialties of ophthalmology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, maxillo-facial surgery, ENT and oral and dental surgery, and plan to expand into other short stay surgeries. We have worked closely with the public sector over many years to support complex ophthalmic surgery in Hobart, and we hope to continue this collaboration into the future.
Doctors and Healthcare Professionals
Nexus Hospitals has a track record, both in Tasmania and across Australia, of partnering with doctors to create a model of patient care focused on high quality outcomes. We deliver this by investing in the latest technology, world-class facilities and well-trained hospital teams.
We are continuing to engage with Hobart doctors to develop the model for Tasman Private Hospital, embedding the principles on which Nexus Hospitals is based – a best practice clinical environment with medical sovereignty at its core.
With its seven operating theatres and 26-bed overnight ward, Tasman Private will provide a tailored operating environment for Hobart doctors, and offer Tasmania’s young health professionals a world class working environment in which to build their careers.
Our modern nearly $60 million privately-funded hospital is expected to employ more than 130 staff, and provide over 180 construction jobs during the 20-month build.
Further employment opportunities will be created within the integrated medical hub supporting the hospital, which will include a general practice, a pharmacy, radiology services, a café and conference facilities.
At a time when hospital services in Hobart are in undersupply, the timing of this development is planned to manage expected future demand on the Tasmanian healthcare system.
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the importance of the co-operation between private and public health sectors to meet community health requirements. Nexus Hospitals has a well-established track record of collaborating with state Governments to help support the public health system and ensuring all Australians have access to quality care. We are continuing to engage with the Tasmanian Government and key stakeholders to support patients in both the public and private healthcare sectors, and expect hospital and associated services in Hobart to receive a meaningful boost in capacity through this development.
With the development now approved by Hobart City Council our consultants are finalising the plans that will guide the complex construction phase, working to commence construction by the end of 2021.
Nexus is pleased that our engagement with both residents and councillors has resulted in a project that now has the support from all stakeholders and will sit comfortably within the New Town community.
We are excited to be developing this world class hospital in Hobart, which will serve Tasmanians for generations to come.
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