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Completion of works in May 2020
Aerial view of the campus in April 2020
Ambulatory Care Hub completed in May 2020
Artist impression of the Griffith Base Hospital entrance at completion

Griffith Base Hospital Redevelopment

The $250 million Griffith Base Hospital Redevelopment involves the planning, design and delivery of a hospital designed to meet the needs of Griffith and the surrounding communities both now and into the future.

The project is being delivered in several phases. They include early and enabling works now underway on the health campus and the delivery of a new multi-storey hospital in the main works.

Early and enabling works - Underway now

Non clinical support building, temporary pediatrics ward, and demolition packages

Finalise design and Planning Approval: Early 2020
Tender Award: Mid 2020
Construction: Late 2020
These early and enabling works will further clear the future acute services site area and ensure continued health service operation during the main construction works. Key milestones include:

  • A new non clinical support building with capacity to service the new hospital building
  • Relocation of the pediatric ward to free up the site for the future hospital and maintain this service with a close relationship to the maternity unit
  • Demolition of redundant buildings which sit within the future redevelopment zone, making the site ready for the new hospital.

Watch a short video explaining the early and enabling works:

Ambulatory Care Hub, extension to Critical Care and the Inpatient Units

Construction completed: 2020

Works include:

  • The Ambulatory Care Hub which features:
    • An increase from 4 to 8 chemotherapy chairs plus 1 treatment space
    • Hospital in the Home
    • Comfortable and modern therapy and consulting rooms
    • An ambulatory rehabilitation gymnasium.
  • An expanded building footprint to the Medical Services Building to incorporate additional support areas and storage in the Critical Care Unit and Perioperative areas.
  • Expansions to improve the functionality of the Medical and Surgical floors in the Inpatient Unit (IPU) to the south of the building, including for an inpatient rehabilitation gymnasium.

Temporary Renal Unit

Construction commenced: Early 2018
Construction completed: October 2018

The temporary renal unit features:

  • An increase from 6 to 10 chairs
  • Two additional training chairs
  • Contemporary health service model
  • Views to landscaped areas and additional public art

Main construction works

Concept design release and consultation: October 2019
Concept design – schematic design – detailed design and planning approval: 2021
Documents relating to the State Significant Development application can be found on the NSW Planning Portal
Tender for main construction works: 2021
Main works features the new Acute Services Building, which will be built to the north of the existing main hospital building and will include:  

  • A new emergency department
  • New services including Aged Care and Rehabilitation beds
  • New operating theatres
  • Medical imaging
  • Outpatient care to include expanded – renal, oncology, Hospital in the Home, clinics and outpatient rehabilitation gym
  • A clinical link to the adjoining private hospital.

Main works also includes the demolition of remaining redundant buildings, new car parking and extensive landscaping of the health campus.

How To Build A Hospital

Every redevelopment is tailored to a community's unique requirements.

Photo Gallery

The first major concrete pour was completed in March 2021 as part of the construction of the new non clinical services building

Aerial view of the campus in April 2020

Aerial view of the Hospital campus in February 2021

Aerial view of the campus in April 2021

An aerial view of the campus in July 2021

The new temporary car park opened in July 2021

Aboriginal artefacts found at the Griffith Base Hospital site in 2020

Representatives from Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council, Health Infrastructure, MLHD, Hutchison Builders and the local community at a smoking ceremony held in November 2020

A smoking ceremony held in November 2020 for the Aboriginal artefacts found at the Hospital site

The archaeological salvage of Aboriginal artefacts found at Griffith Base Hospital site in 2020

Artist impression of the completed Griffith Base Hospital site

Non clinical services building - artist's impression

Artist impression of the Griffith Base Hospital entrance at completion

Ambulatory Care Hub completed in May 2020

Last updated: 01 September 2021
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