Moorabbin Hospital (Moorabbin, VIC)
Building Type and Overview
Since opening in 1975, the 147-bed Moorabbin Hospital has become one of Victoria’s leading medical and research facilities, building a tradition of high quality care to its community.
Moorabbin Hospital is home to the Monash Cancer Centre, one of Victoria’s premier integrated cancer treatment centres, with radiotherapy services provided in longstanding partnership with the renowned Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
It uniquely provides the people of southern Melbourne and beyond with access to treatment, care and support services in a single convenient location and close to where they live. It is also the location of the regional offices of the Southern Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service and BreastScreen Victoria, and a major centre for cancerrelated and other medical research.
No. of Floors: 4
No. of Fittings: Over 759
Types of Fittings: LG1, EZYLED, EZYLED/WP, FFIN, MLED, LB14LSWP, LB22LSWP & LB24LSWP
Construction Material: Steel, concrete, double brick
No. of SMARCO: 13