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The Westmead Redevelopment project is transforming healthcare in western Sydney.

The more than $1 billion NSW Government project – one of the biggest public health infrastructure projects in the state – will transform the Westmead Health Precinct and deliver an innovative, integrated facility that will continue to deliver high-quality healthcare for decades to come.

The project includes a new central acute services building, which will increase integration between Westmead Hospital and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, and features new operating theatres, surgical suites and state-of-the-art pharmacy and imaging. 

The project also includes the redevelopment of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and significant refurbishments to Westmead Hospital - nearly 30 per cent of the existing hospital will be renovated.
The NSW Government has also invested in significant upgrades to car parking, including a new multi-storey car park at Westmead Hospital. The car park opened in December 2017, improving parking for staff, patients and visitors.

The project is part of the NSW Government’s commitment to keeping people healthy and out of hospital, providing world-class clinical services with timely access and services, and investing in critical infrastructure and is being delivered in partnership between Health Infrastructure, Western Sydney Local Health District, Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and the University of Sydney.

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First patient gives new vascular unit her personal approval

First patient gives new vascular unit her personal approval

It's clear to see what patient Kelly Kindrat thinks of the new vascular unit in the Central Acute Services Building (Block K). K9a vascular and K9b colorectal/upper gastrointestinal are both products of collaboration, teamwork and persistence. More  

Posted 31 Mar 2021
Premier lauds Westmead's health, research centrepiece

Premier lauds Westmead's health, research centrepiece

More operating theatres, patient rooms and world-class services, including two new emergency departments - NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian opens Westmead's new Central Acute Services Building. More  

Posted 25 Mar 2021
Trauma unit patient describes new service as `priceless'

Trauma unit patient describes new service as `priceless'

Patients have moved into Level 8b of the new 14-storey Central Acute Services Building, describing the new trauma unit as `priceless'. The dedicated ward cares for patients with multiple life-threatening injuries. More  

Posted 08 Mar 2021
Westmead Emergency opens new era in healthcare

Westmead Emergency opens new era in healthcare

Westmead Hospital Emergency Department begins a new era in healthcare after 42 years of service. Its relocation to the 14-level Central Acute Services Building is cause for celebration by staff as they continue to care for their patients of Western Sydney. More  

Posted 17 Feb 2021

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