The city council of Logan in Queensland, Australia, has announced the official opening of the Brisbane South Private Hospital (BSPH), marking an expansion of private healthcare services in Springwood.

Located on levels five and six of the Springwood Health Hub on Paxton Street, the hospital provides a range of services, including gynaecology, pain management, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) and paediatric care.

The seven-storey Springwood Health Hub was completed late last year and is now home to a variety of community healthcare providers, including a general practice.

It features hospital-grade lifts, a patient drop-off zone, an ambulance bay and free car parking.

BSPH comprises three large operating theatres, one of which is a hybrid operating room equipped with advanced medical imaging technology.

The opening is part of a wider investment in healthcare across the city, with more than A$126m ($81.94m) allocated to major healthcare projects completed or in development since 2022.

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Logan Mayor Darren Power said: “This new facility is a testament to Logan City Council’s ongoing advocacy, across all levels of government and the private sector, for high-quality health investment in our region.

“The delivery of new private, and public health facilities in our city means more choice for local families and importantly, removes the need to travel long distances to Brisbane or the Gold Coast for medical care.”

Additional healthcare developments in Logan include the Yarrabilba Specialist Centre, offering cardiology, oncology, and radiology services, and a new Orthopaedic Alliances facility in Slacks Creek.

The Logan City Council is also working to enhance medical infrastructure through the Loganlea Road Healthy Street project, which aims to support the growing Meadowbrook health precinct, where the expanding Logan Hospital is located.

The project’s first stage has involved adding a shared pathway, landscaping, shade structures and street lighting among other features.