The WA Government is building a new world-class Women and Babies Hospital for Western Australians.
The project – which is expected to create more than 1,400 jobs during construction – will relocate services from King Edward Memorial Hospital to the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre in Nedlands.
King Edward Memorial Hospital has served Western Australian families since 1916. The new Women and Babies Hospital will be a centre of excellence as WA’s only tertiary maternity, neonatology and gynaecology hospital in the state.
You’re invited to have your say on the project and provide insights about what is important, what works and should be retained, and what can be improved on the current patient pathways. Find out how to get involved here.