SGS Economics and Planning health

The emergence of health and education precincts, and their evolution into broader innovation precincts, means we no longer think of health infrastructure in isolation.

We embed the provision of quality health infrastructure that meets community need and demand with an understanding of how health infrastructure can be a job-generator and a catalyst for pioneering medical research and broader place-making that creates new public spaces.

We clearly articulate how demographics will influence the type and scale of required services, while also strategically thinking about the broader influence on surrounding land uses and communities. We advise on the equitable distribution of services and we also develop innovative funding mechanisms and compliant business cases to help secure funding for essential health infrastructure.

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