Main works commence on new Tweed Valley Hospital
The Tweed-Byron community is one step closer to having a brand-new health campus.
Health Infrastructure delivers largest health capital spend
Despite the incredible challenges of 2020, Health Infrastructure delivered its largest health capital spend to date – more than $2 billion of infrastructure, including the completion of 20 projects across the state.
Infrastructure Traineeships – Building a pathway to success
Health Infrastructure is proud to partner in a new traineeship designed by the NSW Government for school leavers in the infrastructure industry, designed to place young people into work that develops their skills and qualifications and makes them employable for the future.
Funding for St George Hospital Redevelopment fast-tracked
Funding for Stage 3 of the St George Hospital Redevelopment will be accelerated over the next two years, starting the project earlier than planned.
New era in care as modern hospital building opens
The new $68.7 million clinical services building at Bowral & District Hospital welcomed its first patients today in an historic milestone for the Southern Highlands.
Site revealed for new Eurobodalla Health Service
The $200 million Eurobodalla Health Service is another step closer for the Eurobodalla community with a preferred site identified in south-east Moruya.
Construction underway on $50 million car park
Construction of a $50 million multi-storey car park for the new Liverpool Hospital has begun, promising families improved access to healthcare in south-western Sydney.
Industry Briefing 2020 – Health infrastructure in a changing world
More than 300 people from over 140 organisations logged on to attend the virtual Health Infrastructure 2020 Industry Briefing on Friday 4 December.
Statement of Service 2020-21
The Statement of Service sets out the service expectations for Health Infrastructure to ensure the provision of equitable, safe, high quality, patient-centred healthcare services.
Construction to commence on new Hay Health Service
Construction works on the redevelopment of the Hay Health Service, being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s $304 million Multipurpose Service Program (MPS), have commenced.