Two of Us: Designing hospitals to improve patient experience
Health Infrastructure Associate Project Director Antony Giorgini and Northern Sydney Local Health District Transition Manager Adrienne Stern share how putting patient experience at the heart of a hospital redevelopment has multifaceted benefits for all involved.
Important milestone for $250 million Griffith Base Hospital Redevelopment
Health Infrastructure has lodged the State Significant Development (SSD) application for the $250 million Griffith Base Hospital Redevelopment.
New Ambulance Station announced for Medowie
A new Ambulance Station will be delivered in Medowie as part of the NSW Government’s $100 million Stage 2 Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program.
Braidwood Multipurpose Service officially complete
The Braidwood Multipurpose Service (MPS) project delivered under the NSW Government’s $297 million MPS program is officially complete.
Inverell Community Health facility now open
Refurbishment works on the Inverell Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1B project are now complete, with the keys handed over to Hunter New England Local Health District.
First sod turned for $30 million Dubbo Hospital Car Park project
The first soil has been turned to celebrate the start of construction for more than 350 new car park spaces at Dubbo Hospital which will future-proof access to hospital parking for decades to come.
New Ambulance Station announced for Casino
The Casino community will benefit from a new Ambulance Station under the NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program.
Two of Us – Creating partnerships to solve global health challenges
Health Infrastructure together with South Eastern Sydney Local Health District is transforming healthcare through a $1.5 billion NSW Government investment in the Randwick Health & Innovation Precinct.
New Ambulance Station announced for Tamworth
The Tamworth community will soon have a new Ambulance Station under the NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program.
Blacktown Hospital’s new Acute Services Building officially opened
Blacktown Hospital’s new nine-storey Acute Services Building, the centrepiece of the NSW Government’s more than $700 million investment in Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals, officially opened today.