The Northern Beaches Brookvale Community Health Centre is now open
The $50 million Brookvale Community Health Centre is officially open, delivering 22 health services, including the first in house BreastScreen NSW for the Northern Beaches.
Huge crowds tour Armidale’s newly redeveloped Hospital
Almost 600 people from Armidale and across the region enjoyed a behind-the-scenes view of the completed first stage of the $60 million Armidale Hospital Redevelopment during last weekend’s community open day.
Blacktown Hospital’s brand new multi-storey is now open
A visit to Blacktown Hospital is now easier following today’s opening of a new $18 million state-of-the-art multi-storey expansion, with a high-tech system that alerts patients and visitors to the nearest available car space.
Construction of the new car park at Wyong Hospital kicks off
This week marked a significant milestone in the $200 million Wyong Hospital redevelopment, with construction starting on the new 500-space car park.
The new Broken Hill Community Health Centre is now on the road
The 42 modules that form the Community Health Centre, the centrepiece of the NSW Government’s $30 million Broken Hill Health Service Redevelopment, have started rolling into Broken Hill this week.
WATCH: The power of collaboration: A case study at St George
Health Infrastructure, in partnership with South Eastern Sydney LHD, Multiplex and Johnstaff delivered the centerpiece of the NSW Government’s $277 million St George Hospital Redevelopment, the Acute Services Building late last year.
Fire safety review update
Health Infrastructure working in partnership with the NSW Government Cladding Taskforce has carried out a preliminary review of all its NSW Health registered assets.
Recent events held by HI Legal: GC21 Workshop and WHS Forum
HI Legal recently organised and hosted a GC21 Workshop and WHS Forum for Health Infrastructure staff, stakeholders, contractors and consultants.
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.