Project Whakatupuranga represents a significant investment decision for the health sector and the region. It is one of five hospital redevelopment investments signalled in the Regional Hospital Redevelopment Programme (RHRP) led by Te Whatu Ora.
Critical clinical facilities at Nelson Hospital are seismically compromised and are not clinically fit for purpose. Nelson Hospital also requires more inpatient bed and theatre capacity to meet future demand.
The large scale and scope of the investment at Nelson Hospital necessitates a phased approach. Te Whatu Ora has developed a Programme Business Case – an investment programme of six phases, over 10 years, to deliver a hospital campus to serve the population of Nelson and Marlborough regions for decades ahead. The preferred option, option one, is estimated to cost $1.098 billion over the six phases. It includes:
Phase One: enabling works and design for Phase Two facilities
Phase Two: construction of a new Acute Services Building containing critical acute services, wards and an energy centre
Phases Three to Six: refurbishment and re-purposing of existing buildings.
The Nelson Hospital redevelopment will assist Te Whatu Ora to meet its objectives and functions as set out in the Pae Ora (Heathy Futures) Act 2022, and the longer-term directives from the interim Government Policy Statement for Health 2022-2024. This includes protecting, promoting and improving the health of the people of the Nelson Marlborough region.
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Department/Business Unit: Regional Hospital Redevelopment Programme
|Closed||5 Dec 2023 2:00 PM NZDT|
|Notice Type||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Contact Details||Lynn Archibald
027 462 5880
|Published||3 Nov 2023 9:00 AM NZDT|