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Liverpool Hospital set to be transformed after a new $740 million injection

Liverpool Hospital is set to become a world-class facility thanks to the newly announced $740m Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct, with the community today getting its first glimpse at how the transformation will look.
Due for completion by 2026, the redevelopment will include a new comprehensive and integrated cancer centre, an expanded emergency department, and enhanced neonatal intensive care, maternity and critical care.
This investment paves the way for the development of a health, education and research precinct that will enhance Liverpool Hospital’s credentials as a hub for new and innovative technologies and health services.
By 2021 south western Sydney’s population will have exceeded more than 1 million people, up from 966,450 today.
Work is already underway on the $632 million redevelopment of Campbelltown Hospital, a $50 million upgrade to Bowral & District Hospital and a $7 million upgrade to Fairfield Hospital’s emergency department.

For more information visit the Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct website at
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