The master plan for the Blayney Multipurpose Service (MPS) redevelopment has been unveiled, providing the community with a look at their new and expanded health and aged-care facility.
The new facility will be built on the existing Osman Street site, ensuring proximity to other medical and aged care services and high-quality health care closer to home.
The master plan highlights the vision for the new and expanded MPS redevelopment which will create more modern, fit-for-purpose facilities that enable a seamless care experience and will meet the growing health needs of the Blayney community.
The redevelopment will provide a one-stop hub for services and facilities within a well-designed facility and include:
Residential aged care, all with single rooms
An Inpatient Unit, which will also support palliative and respite care
An expanded HealthOne, treatment and inpatient areas
Landscaped courtyards and gardens to create a welcoming and supportive environment for patients, visitors and staff
A new parking area
Contemporary working environments to attract and retain valuable health care staff.
The facility will transform health and aged care services in Blayney and this milestone paves the way for further community consultation on the facility’s design to ensure it meets the needs of the community now and into the future.
The Blayney MPS redevelopment is a part of the NSW Government’s $297 million Multipurpose Services Program to deliver improved access to health and aged care services for communities in rural and remote NSW.
For more information about the project visit the project website - www.mps.health.nsw.gov.au/blayney or contact the project team via phone on 9978 5432 or email email@example.com
The Blayney MPS redevelopment is part of the NSW Government’s record $11.9 billion investment in health infrastructure over four years to 2025-26, with nearly a third of the capital allocation in this financial year going towards regional and rural health facilities.
Since 2011, the government has delivered more than 180 hospitals and health facilities across NSW, with more than 130 projects currently underway – of those, more than 90 are in rural and regional areas.