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NSW Budget allocates $33 billion for Health

NSW Government has announced $33 billion for Health as part of the 2022-23 NSW Budget, including $2.8 billion for capital works to continue building and redeveloping hospitals and health facilities, delivering improved health outcomes for NSW families and communities.

This takes the health infrastructure pipeline to a record $11.9 billion investment over the next four years, up from $10.8 billion last year.

This includes funding for new projects:

  • $200 million for the Bathurst Health Service Redevelopment

  • $263.8 million for the Grafton Base Hospital Redevelopment  

  • $150 million Sydney Biomedical Accelerator as part of Tech Precinct

  • $111.5 million for the Cessnock Hospital Redevelopment  

  • $460 million for the Integrated Mental Health Complex at Westmead  

  • $80 million for the Temora Hospital Redevelopment  

  • $2 million to commence planning for the Ballina District Hospital Redevelopment

  • $615.5 million for the NSW Ambulance Infrastructure Program to deliver 30 new ambulance stations.

Newly announced projects are now on INSW's NSW major projects infrastructure pipeline 

For more information on the NSW Budget 2022-23 visit 

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