protoype spaces providing a sneak peek

New prototype spaces to give staff a concept of the size, layout and functionality of clinical spaces have been launched as part of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1 and Minderoo Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre redevelopment project. 

Showcasing a range of future areas - from Emergency Department and Intensive Care bed spaces to a medication room and overnight bedroom - the protoypes are to-size and include furniture, fixtures and equipment that will be featured in the new hospital building.  

The aim of the prototype project is to work with staff to refine and evaluate clinical and operational processes within the future spaces and to prepare for change and new ways of working in the new hospital building. 

The development of the prototype spaces marks an important and exciting milestone for the SCH Stage 1/ MCCCC Redevelopment," said Change and Transition Lead, Kellie Wilson.   

“We are thrilled to give staff, families and potential donors the opportunity to view the development of these spaces to date, with plans to test and refine models of care as we prepare for the next chapter of the project.”