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  • 'Welcoming' at Muswellbrook Health Service

    Around 50 staff, auxiliary and Health Council members, Aboriginal elders, special guests and representatives from various organisations, including Hunter New England Local Health District and Health Infrastructure, have officially 'welcomed' the new Muswellbrook Health Service building.

  • St George Hospital Birthing Unit & Operating Theatre tender award

    Health Infrastructure has awarded the tender to begin work on the NSW Government’s $11.5 million Birthing Unit and Operating Theatre refurbishment project at St George Hospital.

  • St George Hospital wins at Australian Healthcare Excellence Awards

    In exciting news for Sydney’s south east – the NSW Government’s $277 million St George Hospital redevelopment has won the Best Hospital Development Project Award, at this year's Australian Healthcare Excellence Awards.

  • New Maitland Hospital design revealed

    Reflecting Maitland’s rich local heritage and landscapes, new images of the design of the new $470 million Maitland Hospital have been revealed.

  • First sod turned at Bowral & District Hospital redevelopment

    With early works complete, the first sod has been turned at the Bowral & District Hospital, kicking off construction on the $65 million Stage 1 redevelopment.

  • Looking for a new challenge?

    Looking for a new challenge? Did you know we welcome Expressions of Interest from passionate, skilled and committed people to join our talented team?

  • Ambulance superstation for Eastern Suburbs

    Communities in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs will welcome the news that a NSW Ambulance superstation is to be built in Randwick – right at the heart of the Randwick Paramedic Response Network.

  • Bowraville one step closer to HealthOne

    In good news for residents of Bowraville, the community is one step closer to a new, purpose-built HealthOne, with acquisition of a site at 51 High Street, Bowraville.

  • First sod turned for Concord Hospital redevelopment

    In a significant milestone, the first sod has been turned at Concord Hospital, kicking off main works construction on the NSW Government’s $341 million Stage 1 redevelopment.

  • Keys handed over to Port Macquarie Mental Health Unit

    Just 12 months since the first sod was turned, keys to the new $17.5 million Port Macquarie Mental Health Unit have been officially handed to the Mid North Coast Local Health District.

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