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Angliss Hospital expansion

Eastern Health has welcomed the start of a fresh new chapter for Angliss Hospital, with works completed on a $20 million expansion of the hospital.

Funded by the State Government, the expansion includes a range of features, predominantly being the construction of a fourth level above the main hospital building to house critical care services.

Like all Eastern Health capital projects, the Angliss Hospital expansion was guided by Eastern Health’s Clinical Service Plan. This is a long term plan to ensure Eastern Health is able to meet the needs of the local community now and into the future.

The hospital expansion will provide a welcome boost to healthcare in Melbourne’s outer east.

It will play an important role in ensuring Eastern Health can continue to meet the needs of its community, now and into the future.

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Staff on a tour of the new facilities

Deputy Premier and Monbulk MP James Merlino, pictured with Nurse Unit Manger Simon Delaney, visits the new fourth level at Angliss Hospital.

Above: Deputy Premier and Monbulk MP James Merlino, pictured with Nurse Unit Manger Simon Delaney, visits the new fourth level at Angliss Hospital.

Induction of new and existing staff to the new unit

angliss external view

Above: An external view of Angliss Hospital’s new fourth level.