Work will start in January 2017 on refurbishments to the Jurien Bay Health Centre and the Wongan Hills Health Service, with builder ADCO Constructions Pty Ltd being awarded the construction tender for both sites.
Health Minister John Day said the upgrades were important for regional care and were aimed at ensuring more patients could be treated in their own communities.
"Liberal National Government policy is to bring health care as close to home as possible, wherever people live across the State," Mr Day said.
"The Jurien Bay Health Centre will receive new triage, dental treatment, staff and communications rooms, plus improved outpatient care facilities and better security for staff and patients. A new child health and acute treatment area will also be of great benefit to patients and staff."
The Wongan Hills Health Service refurbishment will include a new ambulance bay canopy, a refurbished waiting area and disabled access toilet, a new telehealth enabled multipurpose consulting room, and a new toilet and shower with trolley access in the acute care area. The current kitchen area will be redeveloped and security will be improved throughout the building.
Acting Regional Development Minister Brendon Grylls said the Royalties for Regions investment would enhance services and make life easier for local residents.
"Narrowing the divide between regional and metropolitan health services is critical in supporting sustainable regions," Mr Grylls said.
"Investment in health infrastructure is fundamental to the ongoing sustainability and development of the regions that produce so much wealth for Western Australia."
There will be no disruption to services during the refurbishments and construction is due for completion in 2018.
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