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Wyong Hospital Redevelopment set to start

Posted by Edgar Adams on 2 December 2019
Wyong Hospital Redevelopment set to start

The $200 million Wyong Hospital redevelopment has taken a major step forward with a milestone turning of the first sod in early October. 

NSW Parliamentary Secretary for Health, the Hon Natasha Maclaren-Jones MLC turned the first sod on the site of the new six-storey building and released fly-through vision to give the community a sneak peak at the completed project.

Mrs Maclaren-Jones also announced the appointment of Richard Crookes Construction as the main works contractor.

"True to our word, the NSW Government is improving and expanding health services on the Central Coast to provide the community with access to world class healthcare close to home," Mrs Maclaren-Jones said.

"Our Government has invested well over half a billion dollars into public healthcare on the Central Coast in the past five years, ensuring the region's health services can meet the challenges of a growing, ageing and diverse community."

The Wyong Hospital redevelopment is part of a network of health services the NSW Government is delivering to the Central Coast community.

This includes the soon-to-be-completed $348 million redevelopment of Gosford Hospital and the new Hamlyn Terrace and Toukley Ambulance stations delivered under the $122 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration program.

The Wyong Hospital redevelopment is scheduled to be completed in early 2022.

Author: Edgar Adams
Tags: Business News

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