Show site search form

Campbelltown Hospital reaches highest point

Thursday 25 February 2021

Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment celebrated a major milestone, with a traditional topping out ceremony held for the new 12-storey Clinical Services Building.

The new building is a significant component of the NSW Government’s $632 million investment into Stage 2 of the hospital redevelopment project, due for completion in 2023.
Key features of the building include:
  • new women’s health services including birthing suites and maternity ward
  • increased children's outpatient, ambulatory care services and surgical services
  • new nuclear medicine and dental services
  • state-of-the-art digital operating theatres
  • expanded emergency department with more treatment spaces
  • modern mental health units
  • facility-first dental and oral health department 
  • increased access to outpatient and ambulatory care services
  • upgraded medical imaging equipment
  • expanded cancer therapy centre and intensive care services
The locally-sourced eucalyptus tree featured as part of the topping out celebration will be planted on the hospital campus once construction is complete.

The NSW Government is investing a record $10.7 billion in health infrastructure over the next four years, including more than $900 million for rural and regional areas in 2020-21.

Learn more about the Campbelltown Hospital redevelopment project at

Get all the latest Health Infrastructure news on TwitterLinkedIn and YouTube.
Back to the top of this page