Members of the Parramatta Light Rail project team visited Westmead Hospital, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and Westmead Private Hospital recently to discuss the proposed rail network.
The potential layout of inpatient wards in the new hospital building have been tested through a series of walk-through planning sessions with staff and consumers. These sessions are an important part of the Schematic Design planning process for the Westmead Redevelopment.
Patient experiences and care will be transformed as a result of a renovation of a ward at Westmead Hospital for the Gastroenterology Department. The Project User Group (PUG) has recently celebrated the completion of Schematic Design.
The University of Sydney is strengthening its partnership with the Westmead precinct. The announcement of a $60m investment at Westmead will provide for new education facilities, upgrades to existing spaces, and a suite of new academic programs and initiatives.
Our second edition of the Precinct Post has been published. This edition we spend 5 minutes with Dr Cameron Webb from NSW Health Pathology and get updates on the Info Hub, the multi-storey car park and how community members can get involved.
Westmead Hospital’s Emergency Department staff have been surveying patients as part of the Westmead Redevelopment planning process.
Update on the new helipad construction at The Children's Hospital at Westmead.
Pneumatic tube systems (PTS) are often used in hospitals, including Westmead Hospital and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. The system at Westmead is due for an upgrade and a number of options are being considered.
A Westmead Redevelopment delegation visited Hornsby Hospital on Thurs 1 September. The visit was part of the planning process for inpatient units in the central acute services building.
The Parramatta Light Rail team is coming to Westmead this month. Three pop-up events will be an opportunity to see plans, give feedback and ask questions.
Shelter in green spaces, clear signage that can be understood when you’re stressed or struggle reading English, and portable charging stations for mobile devices were among the many suggestions from community members at a planning workshop for the central acute services building last week.