The NSW Government’s $120 million Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment project will deliver first class care in fit-for-purpose facilities long into the future. Planning for the redevelopment continues with construction on track to commence mid 2018.
Once complete, by early 2022 the Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment will deliver a new four storey Clinical Services Building that includes:
- New main entry and hospital reception
- New emergency department
- New medical imaging department
- New intensive care unit
- New operating theatres, day surgery, recovery and pre-admission areas
- New medical, surgical, paediatric and geriatric inpatient wards with specific designated palliative care beds
- New maternity and birthing suite
Since 1889 the Base Hospital on Goldsmith Street has cared for people at all stages of life. One of the key motivations driving the redevelopment is the creation of a sustainable health service that steps up to the needs of Goulburn and southern NSW into the future.
Consolidating the services and care currently provided through the Bourke Street facility on to the Base Hospital site on Goldsmith Street will help to achieve new models of care and efficiencies.
Staff, patient and key user group consultation to ensure the hospital redevelopment delivers the best outcomes for all concerned, will continue as we look at further opportunities to engage the community.
The Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment is being managed in partnership between Southern NSW Local Health District and Health Infrastructure.