Blacktown Hospital Clinical Services Building

As part of the $324 million Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital (BMDH) Expansion Project
Progress is being made on the new Clinical Services Building at Blacktown Hospital

Project: Clinical Services Building
Principal Contractor: Laing O’Rourke
Value: $145 Million
Duration: 2 Years

In May 2013, NSW Health Infrastructure awarded Laing O’Rourke the contract for the design and construction of the new, seven-storey clinical services building as part of the of the $324 million Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital (BMDH) Expansion.

See more at:
http://www.laingorourke.com/our-work/all-projects/blacktown-clinical-services/

Expansion at Blacktown Hospital includes:

  • A new seven-storey clinical services building adjoining the current main hospital building with a new comprehensive cancer care centre (including radiation and medical oncology) and the establishment of comprehensive care centres for cardiology, respiratory and aged care
  • Additional emergency department places and a co-located psychiatric emergency care centre unit
  • An additional 170 inpatient beds including additional intensive care and high dependency beds
  • Additional outpatient clinics and treatment space
  • An in-centre renal dialysis unit
  • Additional cardiac catheterisation capability with one new cath lab and refurbishment of the existing lab – complete
  • A new digital operating theatre
  • The establishment of a nuclear medicine service
  • Expansion of support services including medical imaging, pharmacy and pathology
  • A new subacute mental health facility called the Melaleuca Unit with a consumer-led model of care – complete
  • A six level multi-storey car park with 622 car parking spaces – complete
  • Extensive refurbishment of the existing main hospital building – underway
  • A new main corridor to connect the new and existing buildings (called the hospital street) with information, reception, retail and convenience services
  • A new access road to Blacktown Road
  • An arts and culture program promote well-being, healing and a sense of place, including a major foyer work, photography and mosaics
  • Stage 2 planning. –

See more at:
http://www.bmdhproject.health.nsw.gov.au/project/

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