Last week the new building expansion as part of the $62.9 million redevelopment at Sutherland Hospital was officially opened by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and NSW Minister for Health Brad Hazzard.
The new building boasts the latest medical technologies and will ensure frontline health care will be delivered in state-of-the-art facilities well into the future.
“The $62.9 million redevelopment is in addition to the $9.1 million multi-deck car park which was completed in late 2014 and provided an extra 300 car spaces,” Minister Hazzard said.
The new redevelopment expansion includes:
- A new and expanded Emergency Department
- A new Emergency Department Short Stay Unit
- A new General Medical Unit
- A new General Surgical Inpatient Unit
- Expanded Critical Care Medical Unit
- Construction of a 140 space ground level car park
“The completion of the new building expansion at Sutherland Hospital marked a significant milestone for the redevelopment. While the effort, commitment and collaboration of all project stakeholders were duly recognised on this special occasion, the job is not yet over, as the project team now focuses on refurbishment works,” Project Director at Health Infrastructure, Aaron Smith said.