History

Brisbane Waters Private Hospital was constructed in 1978 with surgical and medical facilities.  The hospital had 54 beds and two operating theatres.  During the 1980s, the hospital increased the beds by 24, taking bed count to 78.  In 1992, beds were increased to 100.  During this time, the kitchen and surgical beds were relocated.  In 1996, the Cardiac Ward was added as well as two additional theatres.  Builders also performed an internal refurbishment, and as a result, the beds went from 100 to 94.  Further, an interventional catheter lab, along with X-ray, Nuclear Medicine and Consulting Suites were built.  In 2007, the Day Procedure Unit (DPU) was refurbished and this resulted in further compression. This became The Central Coast Clinic, our Private Mental Health facility.

The external façade of the hospital underwent a major facelift in 2011.  This was to complement the additional 14 beds that were included in The Central Coast Clinic taking the bed count to 30 beds.