Record investment creates opportunities for apprentices to upskill
The NSW Government’s record $10.8 billion investment to deliver the largest health capital works program in Australia is creating enormous demand for jobs and more opportunities for apprentices to get their first job, a new job or a better job.
Master plan for Glen Innes Hospital released for community consultation
The master plan for the $50 million Glen Innes Hospital redevelopment has been unveiled, showcasing the vision for the new state-of-the-art health facility.
NSW Budget allocates $33 billion for Health
NSW Government has announced $33 billion for Health as part of the 2022-23 NSW Budget, including $2.8 billion for capital works to continue building and redeveloping hospitals and health facilities, delivering improved health outcomes for NSW families and communities.
Funding for viral vector manufacturing facility
Health Infrastructure will lead the design and delivery of its $49.6 million Stage 2 commercial-scale viral vector manufacturing facility located at the Westmead Health and Innovation District along with $51.8 million to accelerate viral vector products for both research and clinical trials.
Construction underway on new $658 million Sydney Children's Hospital
The $658 million redevelopment of Sydney Children's Hospital and Australia’s first Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre in Randwick is one step closer for children and families across NSW following the appointment of the main works contractor.
Future of healthcare at Griffith Base Hospital’s $250 million redevelopment
New fly-through animation revealed this week showcases the state-of-the art health facilities in the new three-storey Clinical Services Building, delivered as part of the Griffith Base Hospital’s $250 million redevelopment.
Construction complete for Campbelltown Hospital’s new clinical services building
Construction of the new 12-storey clinical services building at Campbelltown Hospital, the centrepiece of the $632 million Stage 2 redevelopment, is now complete.
Specialist mother and baby mental health unit opens at RPA
New mothers requiring specialist care for severe mental illness can now have their babies stay with them at NSW’s first public purpose-built Mother and Baby Unit.
Future of paediatric health care in western Sydney unveiled
A new fly-through animation has delivered a first look at the $619 million redevelopment of the new Paediatric Services Building at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
New artwork at Hay Health Service welcomes all
A new artwork by Wiradjuri artist, Owen Lyons has been installed in the reception area of Hay Health Service, welcoming patients, staff, and visitors as they enter the new facility.