Is your health care facility designed to meet the needs of tomorrow's patients?
“Australia is in the midst of a once-in-a-lifetime health infrastructure boom, with all states procuring major hospitals worth between $400 million and $2 billion”
Mark Birrell, Chairman, Infrastructure Partnerships Association
Pressure on states to reform infrastructure rules
The Australian Financial Review, 13/08/2008
The strain on Australia's health facilities is becoming more severe than ever before.
You are conscious of the challenges your facility presents in terms of ensuring patient safety and facilitating excellence in service delivery. In addition, you are faced with the challenge of infection control, managing an ageing asset and delivering quality care in an incumbent infrastructure.
If you are frustrated by these circumstances, don’t worry, now you can learn from others who have managed to overcome the challenge.
Health Facilities Design and Development 2009 brings together industry experts and thought leaders who will share their experience and knowledge! Learn about benchmark redevelopment projects in the national and international arena, hear ground-breaking presentations and benefit from real-life case studies on:
- Designing innovative facilities – Guaranteeing its sustainability
- Change management policies – Best practice
- Communication – Ensuring interaction between stakeholders
- Infection Control – Prevention strategies
- Operational costs - Meeting financial targets
Gain expert insight from:
The Queensland Minister for Health
Hear first hand information on the enormous investment the government is making to improve health infrastructure.
The Queensland Minister for Health
The Honorable Stephen Robertson
Leading international professionals
3Ts Programme Director
BRIGHTON & SUSSEX UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
HAWKE'S BAY DISTRICT HEALTH BOARD NZ
Your Keynote Speakers
- Adrian Nowitzke, CEO, Gold Coast Health Service District
- Associate Professor Kaye Challinger, Director, Clinical Service Planning, Majorie Jackson-Nelson Hospital
- Alex Campbell, Executive Director, Redevelopment, The Royal Children’s Hospital
- Richard Lizzio, CEO, Pindara Private Hospital
You are redeveloping the infrastructure of your health facility but on a limited budget?!
With health facility redevelopment occurring all across Australia, is it your job to:
- Ensure your facility is sustainable for the next 40 years?
- Guarantee innovation in the design to best fit your model of care?
- Certify your staff is comfortable working in the new environment?
Being able to guarantee the redevelopment project satisfies stakeholder requirements is vital but at the same time very difficult. Whether you are looking at minor or major investment, it is critical that you get the planning, designing and developing strategy right the first time.
At Health Facilities Design and Development 2009 you will hear from best-in-class redevelopments totaling over $6 billion from across Australia. Below are just some of the case studies you will hear from out of the $10 billion dollars that has been set aside for the building of health infrastructure in Australia.
|A CROSS SECTION OF OUR PROGRAM|
||Total Redevelopment Investment
||Gold Coast University
||Royal Women’s Hospital
||Calvary Mater Newcastle Hospital
||Pindara Private Hospital
|Mental Health Services
||Lismore Adult Mental Health Unit
|Aged Care Facility
||Dalby Nursing Home
Only in rare instances is the luxury of a new facility afforded to you. In most cases the only option available is to somehow make the most of the existing facility. This conference will address how to do just this.
If you need strategies and guidance about how to redesign, redevelop, better plan or manage your health facility to achieve sustainable outcomes for staff and patients - this conference can deliver.
Can you afford not to attend?
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to learn from expert case studies and thought leaders on:
- Future proofing of the Health Facility Infrastructure
- Innovative Designs to support Patient Needs and improve Service Delivery
- Establishing Change Management as a Process to ensure your Health Facility is utilised effectively
Who will you network with?
This event is focused on information sharing and networking opportunities between
- Facility Managers
- Project Managers
- Clinical Directors
- Redevelopment Managers
- Asset Managers
- Operation Managers
- Redesign Managers
- Planning Managers
- Master Planners
… and many more from the following sectors:
- Public Hospitals
- Private Hospitals
- Aged Care Facilities
- Mental Institutions
- Community Health Centers
- State Health Departments
- Ambulatory Care
- Architect Firms
- Engineering Consultancy
For more information on the 1st Annual Health Facilities Design and Development Conference in February 2008, please visit www.iqpc.com/au/healthfacilities
If you are not yet ready to register, feel free to request a reminder nearer the time.
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· [ Next: Conference Day One: Wednesday 18 February 2009 ]