Renovation work has been completed in the emergency department (ED) at Plantagenet Cranbrook Health Service in Western Australia (WA).

The A$1.8m ($1.1m) upgrade, funded by the WA government, included the addition of two acute treatment bays, a resuscitation treatment bay, and a new nursing station.

It also involved an overhaul of utility and service rooms and the addition of an ambulance airlock.

Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson said: “Works to upgrade the ED at Plantagenet Cranbrook Health Service are part of the Cook Government’s commitment to modernising country hospitals and health services.

“Additional works will improve the overall configuration of the site, making it easier for staff and patients to access the hospital.

“The new staff spaces are more functional, making it more convenient for healthcare teams to go about their day-to-day duties.”

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The project’s second phase is already in progress and will involve building a new ambulance bay, as well as reconfiguring the ED, wards, and outpatient areas.

This redevelopment aims to transform Plantagenet Cranbrook Health Service into a modern and purpose-built facility.

Warren-Blackwood MLA Jane Kelsbie: “The Cook Government is investing in the Plantagenet Cranbrook Health Service to ensure it continues to meet the needs of our community into the future.

“Ensuring our region has access to top-quality healthcare services is a priority for me and it is fantastic to see these important emergency department upgrades completed.”