The final design for the A$2n Fiona Stanley Hospital in Western Australia has been completed, the state government has said.

The 783-bed hospital will provide acute medical and surgical services, state burns services, rehabilitation services, emergency care, comprehensive cancer services including radiotherapy treatment facilities, medical oncology and haematology.

The hospital will also offer renal transplantation and dialysis services, a mental health unit, obstetrics and neonatology services, paediatric care, facilities for pathology, bio-medical engineering and cell tissue manufacturing, as well as a modern medical imaging centre.

The hospital has released a film of prototype rooms to give staff, stakeholders and the public a preview of the final design.

The prototypes will feature nine full-size replica rooms including patient rooms, an operating room, intensive care room, emergency department resuscitation bay, staff base, consultation room and utility rooms.

The campus will use an area equivalent to four city blocks and the five main buildings will have 150,000m2 of floor space.

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The hospital’s design incorporates air control systems and heat-recovery ventilators to improve indoor air quality and reduce the buildings’ reliance on air conditioning.

Construction of the hospital is due to be completed in 2013 and it is expected to open for patients in 2014.