Gold Coast Hospital
|Location||Gold Coast, Queensland, Queensland, Australia|
|Coordinates||27° 58' 20.64" S, 153° 24' 36.00" E|
|Care system||Public Medicare (AU)|
|Hospital type||Teaching, Referral|
|Affiliated university||Griffith University, Bond University|
|Emergency department||Level I|
|Lists||Hospitals in Australia|
Gold Coast Hospital, located on the Gold Coast, Queensland was a major teaching and referral hospital and the third largest in Queensland. The Gold Coast Hospital had one of the busiest emergency departments in the state. The Hospital admitted over 60,000 patients annually. The hospital was located in Nerang Street in Southport.
On 28 September 2013 the Gold Coast Hospital at Southport closed. All patients were transferred to the new Gold Coast University Hospital at 1 Hospital Boulevard, off Parklands Drive in Southport. The Gold Coast also has a public hospital located in Robina near Robina station.
In February 2008 it was reported that Queensland's public hospitals were putting lives at risk by failing to deliver adequate care across a range of key areas.The report found nine instances where public hospitals failed one of the 13 surgical indicators, with the Gold Coast Hospital responsible for three of these.
- "Gold Coast Hospital" (Facility Profile). Queensland Government. Retrieved 2008-02-12.
- "Heavy demand for Gold Coast Hospital emergency dept" (News article). ABC News. Retrieved 2008-02-12.
- "Gold Coast Hospital". gold coast health. Retrieved 2010-02-05.
- Wardill, Steven. "Queensland's public hospitals fail health tests" (Web article). The Courier Mail. Retrieved 2008-02-12.[dead link]
- Gold Coast Health
- Queensland Health - Gold Coast Hospital, Robina Campus
- Gold Coast University Hospital
- Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH)
- Robina Hospital