Milestone Report Number One

23 June 2014

Description

Scheduled Finish

Status

Completion Date

1. Appropriateness of Redeveloping the Current RHH Site and Scope (Alignment)

This area of work will confirm the appropriateness of pursuing the Redevelopment project on the current RHH site. Advice will include the risks and benefits of allowing early works to proceed on site.

It will also examine whether the proposed hospital project scope is aligned with relevant health and clinical plans, and that the services scope is reflected in the facility scope.

July 2014

Work has commenced
and is on track

 

2. Scope – (Models of Care and Facilities Management Plan)

This area of work will confirm Clinical Models of Care for the new inpatient precinct (K Block).

It will also examine whether there are opportunities to utilise the new hospital facilities to increase efficiencies and reduce costs for health services across the southern region.

August 2014

Work has commenced
and is on track

 
3. Construction Methodology

This area of work will examine the costs and benefits of the two identified construction methodologies, including the associated costs, risks and benefits for patient care during the period of construction.

October 2014

Work will commence
during July

 
4. Capital and Operating Financial Risks

This area of work will examine the level of capital and ongoing financial risk for the State related to the construction of, and operating costs of K Block.

October 2014Work will commence
during August
 
5. Ongoing Governance and Project Management

This area of work will consider appropriate governance for both the duration of the Taskforce operation and for the Redevelopment project going forward.

October 2014Work will commence
during September
 
Taskforce Final Report to Cabinet.November 2014  

Approved: John Ramsay, RHHR Rescue Taskforce Chair, 23 June 2014