It’s all go at our Tōtara Haumaru project on the Te Whatu Ora Waitematā North Shore Hospital campus. The roof is about to go on the new four-storey hospital building featuring patient and whānau-centred design that supports modern models of care and has in-built features that will enhance the experience of patients and visitors. It will add circa 20,000 square metres of floor space and will include five new wards, comprising an estimated 150 additional beds, eight additional operating theatres, and four new endoscopy suites.
The Sky Bridge link structure is also now in place that will connect the surgical hospital to the main hospital tower block, enabling the flexibility to transfer patients as required.
The new building is the biggest upgrade in around 40 years, since North Shore Hospital’s main tower block was built in the early 1980s.