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Gisborne Hospital Master Plan

  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.
  • Gisborne Hospital Master Plan - A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life.

"A future focused master plan with an emphasis on creating efficiencies, better services for people, and maximising usable life."

Based in Gisborne, Tairawhiti District Health Board serves a population of 47,680 people. It covers an area from the East Cape in the north to the Wharerata ranges in the south and provides hospital services from their 70-bed secondary level public hospital in this provincial New Zealand city. Most of the current building stock was built in one project in the 1980’s, to a well-considered design that provided a robust framework of linked pavilions in landscaped surroundings. 


Chow:Hill and Greenstone Group were commissioned to develop a Long Term Facilities Plan for this facility in 2015. This process involved a detailed assessment of the existing facilities, infrastructure, the review of proposed models of care and user aspirations through extensive consultation with staff and other stakeholders. It provides a framework for both medium-term redevelopment of the facility to meet changing clinical needs, with an emphasis on improving navigation and accessibility, and for its eventual replacement at the end of its life.

Contact Chris Thom