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  • Corporate Governance Attestation Statement 2020-21

    This Corporate Governance Attestation Statement sets out the main corporate governance practices in operation within Health Infrastructure for the 2020-21 financial year.

  • Health Infrastructure partnership transforming clinical settings

    An innovative program between Health Infrastructure, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) will provide aged care residents living in three newly opened Multipurpose Service sites access to quality arts engagement experiences.

  • Iluka RAIR Ambulance Station celebrates sod turn

    A significant milestone has been reached in the construction of a new NSW Ambulance station at Iluka, with a sod-turning ceremony held last week to mark the official start of construction.

  • New mental health unit for Albury Wodonga communities

    Albury Wodonga residents will have better access to mental health care at a new state-of-the-art facility being built under the NSW Government’s $700 million Statewide Mental Health Infrastructure Program (SWMHIP).

  • New Ambulance Superstation for the Eastern suburbs 

    The new NSW Ambulance Superstation at Randwick is officially open, providing a modern ambulance facility for the people of Sydney’s eastern suburbs.  

  • $780 million John Hunter Hospital Building unveiled

    The schematic designs for the new Acute Services Building (ASB), the centerpiece of the $780 million John Hunter Health & Innovation Precinct, were unveiled this week.

  • New Ambulance Station for Fairy Meadow

    The community of Fairy Meadow will receive its own Ambulance station under the NSW Government’s $100 million Stage 2 Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program.

  • Site announced for new Shellharbour Hospital

    The next generation of healthcare for the people of the Illawarra is one step closer with a preferred site identified for the $700 million-plus development of the new Shellharbour Hospital and Integrated Services project.

  • Sawtell Ambulance Station officially open

    Paramedics on the Mid North Coast are now better prepared to respond to emergency situations following last week’s official opening of the new Sawtell Ambulance Station, delivered as part of the NSW Government’s $132 million Stage 1 Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program.

  • Construction starts on Australian first adolescent hospice

    Manly will soon house Australia’s first hospice for young people living with a life-limiting illness, with a sod-turning ceremony held this week to mark the start of construction.

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