Health projects

The NSW Government has reserved $300 million for regional health multi-purpose service centres in the Rebuilding NSW program. A description and map is providing in the State Infrastructure Strategy Update 2014.

Find out more about Rebuilding NSW here.

The NSW Government has reserved $50 million for the Regional Health Infrastructure Fund in the 2014-15 State Budget.

Infrastructure NSW has recommneded the following projects for funding under the Restart NSW program:

  • Coraki HealthOne - $4 million
  • Lismore Base Hospital Stage 3B - $10 million, part funding of $189 million project.

The NSW Government has reserved further funds for the following projects:

  • Armidale Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1 - $9 million, part funding of $60 million project
  • Grafton Hospital Stage 3 Ambulatory Care - $7 million
  • Macksville Hospital redevelopment - $15 million
  • Manning Hospital redevelopment - $5 million, part funding of $20 million project.

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