Rebecca Wark appointed as new Chief Executive, Health Infrastructure
After an extensive recruitment process, NSW Health Secretary, Elizabeth Koff and Health Infrastructure’s Chairman, Lucio de Bartolomeo, were delighted to announce the appointment of Rebecca Wark as our new Chief Executive in May 2019.
Dubbo Hospital’s new clinical building reaches final height
Hitting a major milestone for communities of Dubbo and surrounds, construction on Dubbo Hospital’s new three-storey clinical building has reached its highest point.
First sod turned on new Macksville hospital
Shovels are in the ground and Macksville’s new hospital is underway!
Opening doors with leadership initiative
Supporting women in leadership is a priority for Health Infrastructure, and so we are excited to be part of the new Opendoors Program.
First sod turned for Campbelltown Hospital redevelopment
In a major milestone, the first sod has been turned at Campbelltown Hospital, kicking off main works construction on the hospital’s $632 million Stage 2 redevelopment.
Construction workers celebrate National Reconciliation Week
Grounded in truth, walk together with courage. What a strong theme for this year’s National Reconciliation Week that ran from 27 May to 3 June across Australia.
Art in the making at Randwick Campus Redevelopment
Did you know that art in public health spaces help create culturally welcoming, and healing environments? Many Health Infrastructure projects develop Arts in Health programs that reflect the unique cultural attributes of their communities to create engaging and enlivened health settings.
Expanded hospital car park a step closer for Port Macquarie with first sod turned
Port Macquarie residents will welcome the news that the first sod has been turned on the $11.5 million Stage 1 car park expansion for Port Macquarie Base Hospital.
Who will name the Wagga Wagga crane?
Primary schools kids within the Murrumbidgee Local Health District are being asked to put a name to the crane, with a competition open to name the towering 48.9m crane that has rolled into town for the Wagga Wagga Base Hospital redevelopment.
'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.