Latrobe Regional Hospital Redevelopment – Stage 3A

Stage 3A of the Latrobe Regional Hospital Expansion will provide state of the art facilities for patients in Gippsland including a new maternity ward, operating theatres, and an additional emergency department.

The Victorian Government has invested $217 million to deliver the next stage of the Latrobe Regional Hospital Expansion. This stage will expand the maternity unit and deliver three new operating theatres, 44 new beds and 14 new medical and surgical beds. This means more people can get the care they need, closer to home.

There will also be six new intensive care unit beds and an extra emergency department bay.


Our role

Ontoit is providing project management, procurement, and superintendent services from design development through to operational readiness. Out team will be working closely with the Victorian Health Building Authority, Latrobe Health, and the wider project team to help meet the region’s increasing and complex health demands.



Latrobe Regional Hospital expansion – Stage 3A aims to achieve the following benefits:

Increased capacity

This stage of the expansion will allow for an extra 6,200 more elective surgeries per year. This means that people will get the procedures they need – faster.

More support for mums

The new birthing suites, maternity beds and special care cots means that more mothers will be able to give birth closer to home.

More employment

The project is expected to create 600 construction jobs and will help to attract and retain the best health professionals in Gippsland.

Project Details
Victorian Health Building Authority (VHBA)
$217 million