The Concord Hospital Redevelopment has reached an important milestone, with construction of the eight-storey clinical services building reaching its highest point.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard and Member for Drummoyne John Sidoti visited the site along with Sydney Local Health District and Health Infrastructure project executives for a traditional topping out ceremony with a tree placed on the top level of the new clinical services building.
A prototype room of the new clinical services building under construction at Concord Hospital welcomed its first visitors this month, with a special virtual tour.
Members of the Concord Hospital's consumer network group were given a preview of the $341 million stage one redevelopment with a live virtual tour of a prototype room conducted by video call.
The two cranes on the redevelopment site have officially been named Saso and Giganto by two local children. Over 150 entries were received in the Roberts Pizzarotti 'Name the Crane' competition.
Colonel Professor Robert Lusby AM delivered the Remembrance Day address in front of over 200 guests. “The great tragedy of war is its impact on those who serve and their families – a situation that has not changed,” Professor Lusby said. “Our initiative at Concord Hospital with the National Centre for Veterans’ Healthcare (NCVH) is an attempt to help the some 60,000 service personnel who are currently in our community.”
Australia’s first comprehensive care centre offering specialist physical and mental healthcare services for veterans has opened at Concord Hospital.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Health Minister Brad Hazzard have officially recognised the end of early works at Concord Hospital as construction ramps up on the $341 million redevelopment of the campus.
Concord Hospital Redevelopment reaches a major milestone as main works begin
The detailed plans for Concord Hospital’s new $341 million Clinical Services Building, featuring Australia’s first comprehensive centre for veterans and their families, have been unveiled.
The cottage facing Nullawarra Road, near the Gate 4 entrance will become the new home of the Veterans’ Day Centre, to accommodate other relocations on campus as part of the hospital redevelopment.
Our patients and staff at Concord Cancer Centre had a special visit recently from ‘Fast Ed’ Halmagyi, celebrity chef and star of Channel 7’s Better Homes and Gardens.
Member for Drummoyne, John Sidoti enjoyed a tour of the hospital’s redevelopment site, with works now underway.
The Concord Hospital Redevelopment took a place on centre stage at Sydney Local Health District’s Innovation and Research Symposium.
Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, Darren Chester, visited Concord Hospital to hear about our new National Centre for Veterans’ Healthcare.
Departments and services are moving to new locations in preparation for demolition.
Staff are preparing to move out of buildings which will be prepared for demolition in the coming months.
Concord Hospital's redevelopment masterplan has been unveiled.
Works to prepare the hospital campus for its $341 million stage 1 redevelopment are underway.
The NSW Government announced Concord Hospital will get a $341 million upgrade delivered in the 2017-18 NSW Budget.