Te Whatu Ora is responsible for delivering the New Dunedin Hospital. The University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic also have close ties to the hospital.
Project Whakatuputupu, the New Dunedin Hospital, is overseen by a Project Steering Group and a Clinical Transformation Group. A Local Advisory Group was also established to enhance local leadership.
Workforce Central Dunedin is a Jobs and Skills Hub that helps provide the necessary construction skills and labour to build the New Dunedin Hospital.
Te Whatu Ora Southern and the University of Otago have a long history of co-operation and collaboration.
Otago Polytechnic and Te Whatu Ora Southern (and its predecessors) have enjoyed a formal relationship since 1976.
Workforce Central Dunedin (WFCD) provides the construction skills and labour needed to help complete the New Dunedin Hospital build.
The New Dunedin Hospital will be a modern, efficient and patient-centred teaching hospital. With a five Green Star sustainability rating, the building's design and use of latest technology will mean greater efficiency, including patient flow around the hospital and better access to diagnostics and treatment spaces, reducing unnecessary delays.