The Mackay Division of General Practice says tenants at the Pioneer Valley Hospital in north Queensland have nowhere to go when they move out of the facility.
The hospital was forced to close last week after a Workplace Health and Safety report commissioned by the receivers found it was unsafe.
The practice’s chief executive, Christian Grieves, says many of the health specialists say they cannot find alternative accommodation.
He says he has tried contacting the receivers to negotiate, but has not had a response.
“I guess because they’re just the receiver, they aren’t really interested in having in-depth discussions, or they’re not really interested in how difficult it might be,” he said.
“We’ve found out that what they’re saying is at close of business on Thursday the first of April, ‘we’re going to change all the locks whether you like it or not, you can’t get back in after that’.”
A spokesman for the receiver, Ferrier Hodgeson, says the tenants have not been evicted and no time frame has been given for them to move out.