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The Westmead Redevelopment project is transforming healthcare in western Sydney.

The $1 billion NSW Government project – the biggest health infrastructure project in the state – will transform the Westmead health, education and research precinct and deliver an innovative, integrated facility that will continue to deliver high-quality healthcare for decades to come.

Stage 1 of the project includes a new central acute services building, which will increase integration between Westmead Hospital and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, and include new operating theatres, surgical suites and state-of-the-art pharmacy and imaging. 

The project also includes a $95 million refurbishment of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and significant refurbishments to Westmead Hospital - nearly 30 per cent of the existing hospital will be renovated between 2017 and 2022. 

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 Health Infrastructure 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.

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Summer’s Precinct Post in the frame

Summer’s Precinct Post in the frame

The latest Precinct Post is in the frame - and ready to read. The summer edition is a perfect example of precinct partnerships bringing the latest technological advancements and project successes to light. 

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Posted 18 Dec 2018
Tree-top ceremony plants seed of innovation

Tree-top ceremony plants seed of innovation

One of Australia’s most significant structures of the next few decades celebrated a major landmark towards completion on Friday.
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Posted 09 Dec 2018
Westmead celebrates legacy strategy with Olympic spirit

Westmead celebrates legacy strategy with Olympic spirit

The dragonfly dream team has kept the Olympic torch alight and calories burning in a physical show of support for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legacy Strategy.
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Posted 06 Dec 2018
University Clinics entrance closes for works in January

University Clinics entrance closes for works in January

The entrance to the University Clinics will be closed for a month early in the new year. Vehicle and pedestrian access to the entrance will be prevented from Thursday, January 3 to Sunday, February 3, 2019.
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Posted 03 Dec 2018

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