No plans to sell health assetts: Springborg

HEALTH Minister Lawrence Springborg has assured the deputy chairwoman of the Queensland Parliament Community Services Committee the government has no plans to sell off health assets.

Member for Bundamba Jo-Ann Miller posed the question during parliamentary estimates on Tuesday.

She asked if the government had any future plans to sell off public hospitals, including the Royal Children's Hospital and historical buildings on neighbouring land.

But Mr Springborg confirmed there were no plans to sell off or privatise public hospitals or health precincts across the state.



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