Architects appointed for Byford Health Hub

Architects appointed for Byford Health Hub

The Peel Health Hub in Mandurah opened in 2019

Perth-based Carabiner Architects have secured the contract to design the Byford Health Hub.

“This marks an important stage in a project that will give local people a convenient access to a range of professionals in one place,” Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson said.

The $42.2million project will provide an integrated health and social care hub to the Serpentine-Jarrahdale community.

The health hub will provide a single-entry point for families and individuals in the Serpentine Jarrahdale region to access a range of primary care, community, and specialist health services in one place.

The hub will be built in the heart of the Byford town centre and have 3,000 square metres of floor space.

The East Metropolitan Health Service is coordinating planning, design, development and delivery of the project with the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale and other stakeholders.

“This is fantastic news for the local community and will provide access to services closer to where people live,” Member for Darling Range Hugh Jones said.

“The project team has been working closely with clinicians and the community to envisage how the new Health Hub’s tailored services will best meet the needs of residents and families.”