Broken Hill Hospital Redevelopment
As part of the NSW Statewide Mental Health Infrastructure Program, a new Emergency Department and Acute Mental Health Inpatient Unit has been developed at the Broken Hill Health Service.
The NSW Government has committed $10 million to upgrading Broken Hill Health Service’s Emergency Department, the purpose of which is to deliver infrastructure to support new contemporary care models, address statewide service gaps, and enhance community based, specialist and forensic services.
The proposed $15 million investment into an inpatient Mental Health Facility will help address challenges in delivering adequate mental healthcare to Broken Hill and the servicing communities. The Broken Hill Mental Health Unit will include an expansion of up to 1000sqm to the Broken Hill Hospital campus with the inclusion of eight additional beds.
TBH, in partnership with Acorn Project Advisory assisted the development of the Final Business Case for the Broken Hill Hospital Redevelopment.
TBH was responsible for the preparation of project delivery, project governance, risk management, cost benefit analysis and change management advice required for the development of the business cases for both Emergency Department and Acute Mental Health Inpatient Unit developments.
The TBH Difference
Through the strategic partnership with Acorn Project Advisory, TBH was able to assist in the provision of an end-to-end final business case solution, capitalising on TBH’s rich experience in project delivery, cost management and risk analysis, combined with Acorn’s project advisory and management expertise.
To find out more about TBH’s Strategic Advisory Services Capability expertise, please visit the Strategic Advisory Services Capability page.
|Client||Broken Hill Health Service|
|Services||Strategic Advisory Services, Strategic Business Cases|