Sunshine Coast University Hospital

Queensland Health

450 beds, 5 companies within consortium, 20 hectares

The Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) was the first hospital to be delivered by Public Private Partnership in Queensland and was the first new hospital delivered for Australia for 20 years.   To meet the needs of the rapidly growing Sunshine Coast region, the Queensland Government allocated $1.8 billion to construct and establish a new tertiary teaching hospital at Kawana.

TSA Advisory was appointed by QLD Health to undertake the roles of Transaction Director, Transaction Manager and Technical Director throughout the project lifecycle. Responsibilities included leading the preliminary assessment to capture and understand requirements and provide full transaction management services for the Exemplar Health consortium PPP.

TSA Advisory went on to lead the mobilisation of the PPP, transitioning into the roles of Executive Project Director and Contracts Manager from Financial Close to delivery.  The SCUH opened in early 2017 and took its first patients in May, providing services to all parts of the Sunshine Coast and Gympie regions as a hospital and tertiary teaching facility.

  • 450beds

  • 5companies within the consortium

  • 20hectares of development