The Victorian Government is investing $562 million to deliver a significant redevelopment of Frankston Hospital.
A new main entrance will support better wayfinding and construction of a multi-level tower will deliver capacity for an additional 120 beds, two new operating theatres and dedicated space for mental health and oncology services.
With more families choosing to make Frankston home, the redevelopment will also deliver expanded women’s and children’s services, including a new maternity ward, obstetrics ward, women’s clinic, paediatric ward and special care nursery.
As planning continues, we want to hear from you.
What services are important to you and your family? What’s working, what isn’t, and what would you like to see in the future?
Your experiences and ideas will help us to shape this significant investment for Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula, so we can deliver the best outcomes for you and your community.
Find more information on the Frankston Hospital redevelopment on the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority (VHHSBA) website. If you have any questions or issues accessing this survey, please email email@example.com.
The close date for this survey has been extended to 9.00am on Monday 14 September 2020.
Responses to this survey are anonymous. Where the survey asks you to comment, please do not include any personal information (information that could identify you or anyone else). To find out more about how we use your personal information, scroll down to see our privacy collection notice.
Privacy Collection Notice
Participation in this survey is voluntary. The Department of Health and Human Services (the department) is committed to protecting your privacy. The department collects and handles the information you provide in this survey to inform the design of the Frankston Hospital redevelopment. The survey does not ask you to provide any personally identifying information and you are asked not to include such information in your answers. In order to design the Frankston Hospital redevelopment, we may share aggregated survey responses and anonymous comments with external parties such as governing health service providers, community health services, local council, other key stakeholders and external consultants.
As this is an anonymous survey you will not be able to view your survey responses once they have been submitted. If you would like to be informed of progress during and after the consultation you may provide a contact email address. Your contact email address will not be linked to your survey response.