The report, which was being buried, has unveiled that the 12 hospitals in Queensland's rural area needs repair, so they do not act as threat to others in the hospitals.
Health Minister Lawrence Springborg has released the report and has asked that the Newman government would need more than $50 million to get hospitals back to their functional shape. Some of the problems that were being mentioned by Springborg were open wires, wrong built of ramp slopes, bad foundation of buildings and unavailability of fire detection equipment.
Not only this, medical services were also in a bad state. The report has suggested three ways to improve the condition of the hospitals and the measures are get needed construction work done.
Second option was to increase the working area and redevelop the whole site and last option was to start the construction from zero. Springborg was of the view that things can deteriorate further, if repair work does not starts on time.
"Consequently health service demand will not be met, as dysfunctional and aged infrastructure will not cater for capability and capacity needs, nor meet safety and legislative requirements", said Springborg while explaining the probable harms that can take place if repair work is not started.
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