The Ministry of Health is delivering a number of major hospital redevelopment projects around New Zealand.
These include the Dunedin Hospital rebuild at a cost of up to $1.4 billion, the close to $1 billion of new hospital facilities in Canterbury and the new Grey Base Hospital and Integrated Family Health Centre on the West Coast.
These redevelopment projects are delivered by the Critical Projects team within the Ministry of Health, working closely with the District Health Board concerned. Governance and oversight for each regional project is provided by a Hospital Redevelopment Partnership Group, appointed by the Minister of Health. These groups typically consist of three independent members and the Chair of the local DHB.
Find out more about the major redevelopment projects currently underway: