The Gold Coast Health & Knowledge Precinct is a unique partnership between City of Gold Coast, Griffith University and Gold Coast Health, in conjunction with the Queensland State Government.
a vibrant, world-renowned community of ideas, life and innovation.
Griffith University is a university of influence in the Asia Pacific, as a comprehensive research-intensive university ranking in the top 2% of universities globally, and 35 in the world for universities under 50.
With 50,000 students, teaching and research spans five campuses in South East Queensland, with the largest campus located within the Precinct, catering to almost 20,000 students. It is one of Australia’s fastest growing university campuses – almost $500 million in facilities have been developed since 2005.
IN 2016/17 GOLD COAST HEALTH HAD AN ANNUAL BUDGET OF $1.39 BILLION AND EMPLOYED 9522 STAFF
Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service (Gold Coast Health) is becoming a world-class provider of public healthcare services through innovation and patient-centred care.
Gold Coast Health is one of the fastest growing health services in Australia, delivering a broad range of secondary and tertiary health services throughout the region from 13 community facilities, two major allied health precincts and three hospitals, including the $1.76 billion Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH), located within the GCHKP.
Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) is responsible for the master planning and facilitation of development on the PDA site on behalf of the Queensland Government, working in partnership with the GCHKP project office to attract investment.
EDQ is a specialist land use planning and property development unit within the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning. EDQ engages with state and local government, the development industry and the public to identify, plan, facilitate and deliver property development and infrastructure projects to create prosperous, liveable and connected communities.
Set to be home to a community of 2,500 residents in Australia's first built-to-rent village, complete with an exciting retail and dining precinct.
Operated by leading private healthcare provider Healthscope, the $282 million GCPH was initially opened in 2016 and has since enjoyed a $50 million expansion.
One of only three academies in Queensland for highly-capable students in years 10-12.
Working in partnership with Griffith University, Queensland Academies provide unique opportunities and enrichment activities for students interested in futures in the health sciences, research, science and academic careers.
Queensland is at the forefront of new ideas and innovation. The multi-billion dollar Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct will be a centre for learning, research and knowledge creation, powering commercialisation of newly developed technologies.
The Precinct will foster collaboration between businesses, universities and industry to diversify our economy and to take advantage of opportunities in the new knowledge sector.
Knowledge-based industry attraction and development is crucial to our long-term economic growth, offering strong career path options in the fields of technology and science.
It will provide a valuable skilled labour force to deliver quality frontline services to support our knowledge economy, now and for future generations.
Already, the Precinct is demonstrating emerging benefits for the city, region and state, showing that when it comes to health and knowledge innovation, Queensland is open for business.
I am honoured to introduce you to the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct and opportunities the Precinct provides for global investment.
The 200-hectare Health and Knowledge Precinct is rapidly growing and already home to two state-of-the-art medical facilities – Gold Coast University Hospital and Gold Coast
Private Hospital – and the world-class Griffith University.
With our city having successfully hosted the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games™ we are embracing change and dreaming big.
We are taking advantage of this opportunity to excel and drive innovation, research, knowledge creation and entrepreneurship.
The Health and Knowledge Precinct provides a unique opportunity to attract business and investment to create the jobs of the future.
Be part of our future.