The 24-page autumn Precinct Post pays tribute to western Sydney’s new 14-level centrepiece of health, research and education following the opening by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
Let the rich past of the Cultural Gathering Place embrace you. Allow the award-winning Central Acute Services Building to wow you. And give yourself a moment to look into the exciting future of the Westmead Health Precinct. It's all in the latest Precinct Post Summer 2020-21 edition.
The Precinct Post hits the high notes this spring as it showcases Westmead Health Precinct’s creativity, care and support. We drop in on some of the crucial teams fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, plus get behind-the-scenes at the Central Acute Services Building (CASB).
The sky’s the limit for Westmead Health Precinct as successful testing at the Central Acute Services Building (CASB) leads to a milestone visit by NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard. See behind the scenes at the CASB plus learn about our jobs program, 3D printing, redevelopment, arts competition and Western Sydney Health Check podcast.
Meet some Westmead Health Precinct staff who risked their lives to save others during the most tumultuous bushfire season in recent memory. We also talk to the team cultivating answers to the coronavirus crisis, pay tribute to great photographers and uncover world-leading research and thinking.
Enjoy The Precinct Post summer edition - 24 pages, 72 photos to help outline the 2019 redevelopment story. Read the directors’ viewpoints through to key milestones and the year's standouts from our partners across the Westmead Health Precinct.
Journey the river with an artist, step on the red carpet with our young stars or see what's going into the Central Acute Services Building. Relax and take in The Precinct Post Spring edition.
Your winter edition celebrates Premier Gladys Berejiklian's arrival for the topping out of the Central Acute Services Building, plus highlights a few of our impressive research and refurbishment initiatives.
Run and grab the latest edition of the Precinct Post. Whether it's construction progress, the latest technology in health and education or updates on project news, the Precinct Post is worth the exercise.
The latest Precinct Post is in the frame. The summer edition is a perfect example of precinct partnerships bringing the latest technological advancements and project successes to light.
Find out what's been happening across the Westmead precinct over the last few months in the October edition of the Precinct Post. We've got updates on gene and cell research, arts and culture and transport - jump in!
Check out the latest edition of The Precinct Post, which includes stories about our recently launched Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legacy Strategy, the celebration of the Westmead Institute for Medical Research's 21st birthday, the Federal Government and NSW Government's recent $41 million donation to the Children's Medical Research Institute and much more!
This edition, we celebrate the opening of Ronald McDonald House Westmead, the new Clinical Research Centre and Westmead Private Hospital's new Centre for Excellence. We also hear about new cancer research from Western Sydney University.
In the fourth edition of the Precinct Post, read about Western Sydney University’s plans to establish a baby research facility at Westmead; partnerships to strengthen Westmead as a world-leading health, education and research precinct; and research and collaborations that are improving patient care.
New honours program, builder announced, liver disease discovery, Premier's Woman of the Year, Australia's first robotic kidney auto-transplant, aged care program, sugary drinks ban, planning award and Parramatta Light Rail.
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.
Our precinct is one of Sydney's most dynamic centres for research, health and education. Find out what our precinct partners are up to in the first edition of our new Precinct Post. Published February 2016.