The increasing demand for a more efficient and effective healthcare system means hospitals must innovate in order to deliver the highest quality of care. Strategically managing both time and budget constraints will allow for the successful delivery of infrastructure projects.
Infrastructure is only one phase of the redevelopment. Communicating and engaging the right stakeholders throughout is key in being able to efficiently transition through the design, planning and delivery stages of a new or existing hospital.Attend & learn practical strategies to:
Who will attend?
- Local Health Districts, Public Hospitals & Health Care Services
- Private Hospitals & Health Care Facilities
- State Departments of Health
- Planning & Development
- Infrastructure & Capital Works
- Operational Design
- Facility & Asset
Attend to learn:
- Identify, communicate & engage the right stakeholders
- Manage & deliver user expectations of redevelopment
- Integrate people & technology into space
- Align redevelopment with evolving models of care
Andrew has been working in the ICT industry for over 30 years in the public and private sectors. He has had experience across large enterprise and service provider environments, previously owning and running a Telecommunications company in India.
Currently he is the Director of the NSW Health ICT Infrastructure office managing a portfolio of infrastructure programmes targeted at establishing a framework that supports the delivery of a range of statewide clinical and corporate applications in a highly federated environment. The next phase of this Framework’s evolution will include the migration of a range of infrastructure services to the ‘as a service’ model.
Kym has a 30 year history in nursing and public health management and is now the General Manager Children’s, Women’s and Newborn services at Monash Health and the Director of the new Monash Children’s Hospital Capital project.
Kym has extensive experience in hospital management and leadership, financial and human resource management, clinical service planning and operations and capital projects. Kym holds a Masters in Management and business. Kym has a passion for quality and efficiency in healthcare delivery and has been involved in the vision and planning for the new Monash Children’s hospital since 2008.
Mungo has been a practising architect for 37 years and involved in health projects since he qualified in 1980. During this time, he taught architecture for ten years, has been a member of the NHS Estates (UK) Design Review Panel for ten years, input into design guidance for twenty years, and presented at conferences since 1996 until the present.
He established MAAP 25 years ago to consult in the health sector and has worked in collaboration with local consultants in North America, Europe, Middle East and Australasia. His role at MAAP is as knowledge and design leader with a responsibility for all the projects designed by the practice. His experience in health facility design covers the entire process from strategic health planning to post occupancy evaluation.
Mungo is passionate about improving design effectiveness and architectural excellence using methodical research based design to create more effective outcomes.
Perth Children's Hospital
Dr Gervase Chaney is the Executive Director of the Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH), part of the Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS) in Western Australia, and a general paediatrician. He has been actively involved in the PCH development since its inception more than 10 years ago and served as the Medical Lead for the PCH Project for most of that time. Since May 2016 he has led the hospital commissioning.
Gervase is a Clinical Senior Lecturer, School of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of WA and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, University of Notre Dame WA. Gervase is on the boards of ARACY (Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth) and the Academy of Child and Adolescent Health.
What People Are Saying
“The conference offered great insight into national health projects and the importance of engagement in improving the overall performance of the project.”Deputy Manager Facilities Planning & Management, Women’s & Children Health Network
Endorsers & Media Partners
Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association
The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) is the independent peak membership body and advocate for the Australian healthcare system and a national voice for universally accessible, high quality healthcare in Australia. The AHHA is uniquely positioned to facilitate collaboration between clinicians, academics, policy makers, administrators and politicians.