We are offering an exclusive opportunity for an individual or organisation to secure the naming rights of the ACMD Centre. By attaching your name to the building, your philanthropy or your organisation will be prominently recognised for your commitment to improving public health in Australia.
The Atrium (Ground Level)
The Atrium is the first introduction visitors will have to the ACMD Centre. It has been designed for maximum impact. A sculptural staircase and interior gardens create a visual link to the historic buildings and gardens opposite.
This light-filled space will welcome national and international visitors and event attendees, as well as researchers, patients and practitioners to the exciting work being undertaken within the ACMD Centre. This premium position affords a unique opportunity to honour your support or the support of your organisation.
Exhibition Space (Ground Level)
This multi-purpose, highly visible ground floor space offers opportunities for members of the public, staff and students to view a wide range of exhibitions including science and historical displays. It will also act as a reception space where events and seminars can be held. Plus it provides an additional space for large conferences held in the adjacent Lecture Theatre.
Lecture Theatre (Levels 1 and 2)
The Lecture Theatre will be a major gathering point and teaching centre for local, national and international students, academics and members of the public. A soaring space, the Lecture Theatre is positioned across Levels 1 and 2 and features retractable seating to transform it into a space that can host national and international conferences, launches and major events.
Naming Rights Opportunities
Naming rights for the entire Centre are available. We are also offering naming rights for the atrium, exhibition space, laboratories and significant internal spaces. These exclusive opportunities offer a special way to support medical innovation or leave a legacy for you, your family or your organisation.
For a confidential discussion, please contact the Foundation on (03) 9231 3365.