The competition to “Name the Twin Cranes” used in the $576 million Stage 1 Nepean Hospital Redevelopment has officially opened to primary school students in the Nepean and Blue Mountains areas.
Work has begun on the new childcare centre at Nepean Hospital, with Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today joining NBMLHD Chief Executive Kay Hyman and District Board Chair Peter Collins to turn the first sod on construction.
On Friday 23 August, a traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony was held to mark contruction completion at Cancer Care - delivering 15 new chemotherapy treatment spaces and a third radiation therapy bunker. Doors open to patients on 16 September.
More than 600 new parking spaces will be available next week to patients and their loved ones at Nepean Hospital as the NSW Government undertakes major construction work on the $1 billion upgrade to health services.
Staff, patient and community members celebrated the cleansing of the new Katoomba Community Dialysis Centre in a traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony.
Nepean Hospital upgrade continues with new childcare centre development application approved.
Smoking Ceremony marks the opening of new Nepean Cancer Care Centre clinic rooms.
A development application was submitted to Penrith City Council today for construction of a new childcare centre at Nepean Hospital to support staff with young families.
On Friday 16 November 2018, designs were unveiled for the the schematic design for Stage 1 of the Nepean Redevelopment, which includes a new 14-storey clinical building.
Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres and Member for Mulgoa, Tanya Davies were on-site to celebrate the first concrete pour for the multi-storey car park at Nepean Hospital.
The Parliamentary Secretary for Regional and Rural Health, Leslie Williams visited Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital today for the offical sod turning ceremony for the new renal unit which will provide life-saving dialysis treatment much closer to home for patients living in the Blue Mountains.
On 25 March 2018, the NSW Government pledged an additional $450 million for Stage 2 of the Nepean Redevelopment.
Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres, is encourging the community to have their say about the Nepean Redevelopment and fill a participation form.
Premier, Gladys Berejikilian, Health Minister, Brad Hazzard and Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres visited Nepean Hospital to start demolition of Pialla for a new multi-storey car park on campus.
The development application process had begun for the new clinical tower at Nepean hospital.
NSW Government announces $550 million towards the Nepean Redevelopment Stage 1. An additional $26 million has been allocated construct a new multi-storey car park to support the expansion of services.