The Prince of Wales Hospital and Community Health Services maintains its vision to be a globally renowned world class facility, providing excellent personalised health and medical care to its patients, consumers and community; and empowering its staff to support and advocate for their patients, workplace and wider community.
The Prince of Wales Hospital is part of the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.
Randwick Campus Redevelopment
The NSW Government is investing $720m to deliver a new Acute Services Building for Prince of Wales Hospital. The first stage is a catalyst project to deliver on the vision of building a world-class health, research and education precinct delivering cutting-edge, compassionate and holistic healthcare and wellness programs to the local community and other residents of NSW.
The new Acute Services Building for Prince of Wales Hospital includes:
- Expanded adult emergency department
- Expanded intensive care unit
- Four new digital operating theatres equipped with state-of-the-art technology for neuroscience surgery and complex orthopedics, including major spinal surgery
- A new and expanded central sterilising service department and a new helipad serving the Randwick Hospitals Campus
- Teaching, education and research spaces integrated with clinical areas to support collaborative medical research
- New rapid assessment unit including a virtual care centre
- Expanded psychiatric emergency care centre
- Replacement of existing inpatient wards and provision of additional inpatient beds providing contemporary facilities for the following specialties:
- Haematology and Oncology
- Aged Care (Acute and Sub Acute)
- Respiratory Medicine and Infectious Diseases
- A Neurosciences floor that will incorporate an expanded Acute Stroke Unit, Neurology and Neurosurgical beds and the Complex Epilepsy Service.
The project is being delivered by Health Infrastructure and the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, in collaboration with our precinct partners, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network and UNSW Sydney.
For more information
Telephone: 1800 571 866