2017 finishes on a high for Health Infrastructure
Health Infrastructure has had a historic year delivering a record $7.7 billion budget, making it the largest health capital spend in Australia, and the second largest portfolio in NSW.
Construction on the Port Macquarie Mental Health Unit has now begun
Construction on the expanded $17.5 million Mental Health Unit at Port Macquarie officially started on Monday, marking an exciting new chapter in mental health services for the local community.
Community impressed with Goulburn Hospital redesign
The community of Goulburn has had its first look at the schematic design for the Goulburn Hospital & Health Service Redevelopment.
RAIR sod turns at Kiama and Berry and Wagga Wagga officially opened
This week we have seen two sod turns and one official opening for the NSW Government’s $122 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Redevelopment (RAIR) Program.
How does Art fit into Hospitals?
Last week Health Infrastructure spoke at the Artstate conference in Lismore.
Schematic designs for the new Goulburn Base Hospital are now available to the public
Schematic designs for the $120m Goulburn Base Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment have been completed and are now available for the local community to inspect.
Expansion of the Prince of Wales Hospital Emergency Department beginning soon
The Prince of Wales Hospital's Emergency Department is set to be refurbished and expanded.
New $12 million Biobank opened at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Campus
The largest storage bank for human biospecimens in the southern hemisphere opened its doors in Sydney this week, and is set to revolutionise medical research in Australia.
New Wyong and Toukley ambulance stations announced
The NSW Government’s $122 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program will see two new NSW Ambulance stations at Toukley and Wyong.
Construction at the Tumbarumba MPS site has begun
Today marked the start of construction on the new $32 million Tumbarumba Multipurpose Service (MPS) site.