7 September 2019
Construction is ramping up on Concord Hospital’s $341 million transformation with main works well and truly underway and enabling works now complete.
Health Infrastructure’s Chief Executive and project team joined Sydney Local Health District, hospital staff and political representatives to celebrate the project’s progress.
The project is set to deliver world-class cancer, aged care and rehabilitation services as well as Australia’s first National Centre for Veterans’ Healthcare, recently opened in temporary premises at Concord Hospital. The specialist centre is a one-stop-shop and continues Concord Hospital’s unique and proud history of supporting veterans.
Once complete Concord Hospital’s new Clinical Services Building will include:
- The Rusty Priest Centre for Rehabilitation and Aged Care – including ambulatory care clinics, therapy areas and rehabilitation gyms;
- Australia’s first National Centre for Veterans’ Healthcare to support the health and wellbeing of veterans and their families in an outpatient setting;
- A comprehensive Cancer Care Centre with additional capacity for day and inpatient cancer services; and
- A new atrium will link the new building to the existing hospital, providing direct access to operating theatres, radiology and emergency care.
Construction of a new $32.3 million multistorey car park will begin following the completion of the $341 million redevelopment.
Expected to be complete in late 2021, the redevelopment will help clinicians continue to provide first-class healthcare to one of the state’s fastest growing communities.
Watch the flythrough
and find more information on the Concord Hospital Redevelopment website.
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