Blue Mountains Satellite Renal Dialysis Centre

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About this project

Improved renal dialysis services for people in the Blue Mountains is one step closer with construction starting on a new $4.7 million satellite renal dialysis centre.

On 13 June 2018, NSW Parliamentary Secretary for Regional and Rural Health, Leslie Williams  turned the first sod on the new service which will house six dialysis treatment spaces in a purpose-built building on the Blue Mountains Hospital campus.
It will mean that Blue Mountains renal patients who currently travel to Nepean Hospital up to three times a week for treatment can now have treatment closer to home.

When complete, the new service will operate as a satellite service for the Nepean Community Dialysis Centre and will be able to treat up to 24 patients per week.

Construction is scheduled for completion in mid-2019.

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Access changes at Blue Mountains

From January 2019 there will be some road access changes at the Blue Mountains hospital during the construction period.