Serco paid $130m for 'hospital with no patients'.

118m for no patients

Back in 2014, it emerged that Serco, the private company who was appointed the management contract for Fiona Stanley Hospital was paying for over 200 workers to attend work in a hospital with no patients.


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At this point, Fiona Stanley Hospital was to be empty for at least another eight months.

Fiona Stanley Hospital has had its fair share of controversy. Serco, with its history of prison-related misadventures has since been found responsible for a number of mishaps at FSH.

This is the what happens when profit is put before people. The Barnett government's rampant agenda of privatisation has sought the quick gain over the best long-term solution.

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Serco signs $4.3 billion Fiona Stanley contract, Perth Now, 30 July 2011

More than 200 Serco workers at empty Fiona Stanley Hospital, Perth Now, 2 February 2014