On the 14 July, The Hornibrook Bridge closed as too much of the Hornibrook's hardwood - predominantly ironbark - had rotted and the bridge was no longer safe.
The Metro North Health Service District includes the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, The Prince Charles Hospital, Redcliffe Hospital, Caboolture Hospital, Kilcoy Hospital, Brighton Health Services, Primary and Community Health Service, Mental Health Services, Oral Health Services and Subacute Services.
Residential facilities managed by the district include the Eventide Brighton Nursing Home, Ashworth House, Jacana Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Bracken Ridge, Cooinda House and The Halwyn Centre.
There was an Incremental opening of rehabilitation beds to 32 beds as at June 2011, with an additional six beds bringing Rehabilitation to full bed capacity of 50 beds by June 2012.
Work began in 2014 to replace the Shorncliffe Pier with a concrete and steel pile foundation, wooden decking and handrails and a larger rotunda - this reopened in 2016.
A major upgrade of public dining, staff lounge and staff dining areas took place at the Brighton Health Campus. The facility also received a new state of the art kitchen, canteen and servery for both public and staff.
The inaugural annual Healthy Ageing Expo was held on Friday 19th August 2016 with the dedicated staff from the Brighton Health Campus discussing rehabilitation and transition care, covering falls prevention, pressure injury prevention and more. Visitors to the Expo were able to discuss these topics with physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers and nurses. People in the local community were invited to provide feedback on the draft vision for the Brighton Health Campus, which was originally developed through extensive community consultation during 2015. Currently the vision is focused on building strong links with the local community as well as increasing social activities within the campus.
Today, the Brighton Health Campus is incorporated into Community, Indigenous and Subacute Services. 40 residential aged care beds are provided at Gannet House, plus 70 residential transition care beds, 70 community transition care beds and 50 beds for rehabilitation, and potential for future growth. The Campus delivers residential transition care services for older people, and a rehabilitation unit specialising in neurological physiotherapy, such as stroke rehabilitation. The Vision for Brighton has four themes - delivering health services, creating a community, social health and well-being, and research, training and education.