Wednesday 28 April 2021
A range of health services in temporary accommodation will be offered from the new Health Services Hub beside Wagga Wagga Base Hospital early next week as Stage 3 of the $431 redevelopment draws to a close. Further details here.
Wednesday 31 March 2021
More patients with kidney disease can receive treatment at Wagga Wagga Renal Unit, as it is the first service to move to the new Health Services Hub. Find out more here
Monday 1 March 2021
Approximately 400 staff currently located on 12 different sites on the health campus and in Wagga Wagga will move into the new Health Services Hub (Stage 3 building) in 2021.
This is a significant task.
From a single location, approximately 60 sub-acute, ambulatory, community and primary health services will be offered to our patients and consumers. The services will meet the current and future needs of communities in MLHD.
Operational commissioning, led by consultant Irene Roberts, has been underway since early 2020 with the aim to provide a planned and managed approach to readying the Health Services Hub for occupation and operation.
Typical commissioning activities include: development and/or updating of operational policies and service delivery models; development of safe operating procedures and safe work practices; orientation, induction and any required training; evaluation of existing equipment to identify what can be transferred; procurement, storage and installation of furniture and equipment; provision of consumables; and relocation of existing equipment if required.
3. Staged Move Phase
**UPDATE** More patients with kidney disease can receive treatment at Wagga Wagga Renal Unit, as it is the first service to move to the new Health Services Hub on Monday 29 March 2021.
FAQs on operational commissioning of the new Health Services Hub
Find the fast facts on operational commissioning of the Health Services Hub
Updates for staff on operational commissioning, known as Commissioning Insights, can be found on the Staff tab
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