Prince of Wales Hospital - Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre and Australian Advanced Treatment Centre
The Bright Alliance building project -
Welcome to the website for the construction update of The Bright Alliance
building project at the Randwick Hospitals Campus -
Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre (NCCC) and the
Scientia Clinical Research project (previously
known as the Australian Advanced Treatment Centre (AATC) and
Sydney Children’s Hospital Network expansion.
Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Scientia Clinical Research and Sydney
Children’s Hospital Network expansion
The Prince of Wales Hospital’s Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre will deliver modern facilities for the treatment of patients with cancer and blood disorders in one centralised location at the Randwick Hospitals Campus.
UNSW Australia’s Scientia Clinical Research will be the first purpose-built early phase clinical trial facility in NSW.
The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network expansion will include space for research, adolescent, genetics and clinical support services for Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick to continue the delivery of world class paediatric health care to patients and families over the coming decades.
The Bright Alliance building will comprise 10 storeys, with an overall budget of $114 million.
Expected completion of the building is 2016.
Important visitor informationThere have been a number of changes to pedestrian and vehicle access at the Randwick Hospitals Campus, with a new pedestrian entry established on Avoca Street,
at Gate 6. Gate 6 will remain closed to all vehicle traffic for the duration of construction until 2016.
All vehicle access to the Campus is now via Gate 1, located on Barker Street.
For inquiries on the project, please contact the Prince of Wales Hospital’s Cancer Services Operations Manager on (612) 9382 8877, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: http://www.seslhd.health.nsw.gov.au/Capital_Works/