1 February, 2018
This week marked a significant milestone in the $200 million Wyong Hospital redevelopment, with construction starting on the new 500-space car park.
The single-level car park will replace the existing visitor car park, which will then become the location for the new hospital building.
“One of the most rewarding parts of what we do is being able to work with LHDs to understand what their real challenges are and then play a key role in developing solutions that meet their needs. Getting the right outcome can be a bit like lining up the faces on a Rubik’s cube – all the pieces need to be in just the right place to make it work,” said Health Infrastructure Project Director Justin Barrett.
“Wyong is an exciting project with plenty of opportunity to improve current conditions at the Hospital for both hospital staff and patients. I am looking forward to working with Andrew, Kerry, Sue and the rest of the CCLHD team to get them the best outcome possible,” he said.
The $200 million Wyong Hospital redevelopment also includes:
- A new intensive care unit
- A new paediatric assessment unit
- Additional inpatient units
- Expanded surgical services, including additional operating theatre capacity
- And increased maternity services.
The car park is due for completion by the end of 2018, when main works will begin.