Premier Opens Gosford’s New World-Class Hospital

State-of-the-art technology and first-class healthcare were on show at Gosford Hospital’s new 11-storey tower in late June when Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Health Minister Brad Hazzard officially opened the new clinical tower that will transform future healthcare on the Central Coast.
“Together with the $200 million Wyong Hospital redevelopment, the $348 million Gosford Hospital redevelopment is delivering next-generation, first-class health care to the Central Coast,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“The technological advancements in the new 11-storey tower block are incredible, including – for the first time – a nuclear medicine service which will greatly improve diagnoses for a range of conditions and speed up scans for emergency patients.
Mr Hazzard said clinicians and the community contributed to the innovative design. “The new tower has been designed with patients in mind, with privacy and comfort front and centre,” he said. “The Intensive Care Unit has the largest windows of any public hospital in the State, and a courtyard with oxygen and gas fittings means some of our sickest patients can be outside.”
The complete redevelopment, due to be complete by 2019, also includes a new $35.5 million carpark and refurbished spaces for allied health, cancer day unit, emergency short stay unit and cardiovascular services.