Tuesday 30 November 2021
The existing Ryde Hospital campus is set to be transformed into a state-of-the-art facility, after being identified as the most suitable location for the NSW Government investment.
The site announcement follows extensive consultation with hospital staff and the local community to determine whether the hospital should be redeveloped on the existing campus or relocated to the Macquarie University North Ryde campus.
The redevelopment will feature expanded and improved emergency, critical care, medicine and surgery, community and ambulatory care (outpatient) services. It will also preserve the historic Denistone House, retain the rehabilitation services at Graythwaite and make best use of the current services already available at Ryde.
Health Infrastructure, in partnership with the Northern Sydney Local Health District, will now begin the next phase of consultation with clinicians, staff, patients, carers, consumers and the local community on the designs.
The team is calling for community members to join a Consumer Reference Group to help shape the direction of the redevelopment. To register your interest please visit: rydehospitalredevelopment.health.nsw.gov.au and complete the form by Friday 10 December 2021.
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