St George Hospital Redevelopment - Stage 3

St George Hospital - Stage 3 Redevelopment

The $411 million St George Hospital Redevelopment - Stage 3, is an important boost to healthcare services for our local community. The new building, referred to as The Kensington Street Building, will bring together a range of day only, ambulatory and outpatient services that are currently being delivered from a number of locations around the hospital campus. This will improve accessibility for patients and their carers, particularly for those less mobile or who have chronic health conditions.

Services include pathology collection, an outpatient pharmacy, a day only infusion centre and outpatient clinics along with basement car parking for patients and visitors.

The Kensington Street Building will also include three levels of inpatient beds, including two new specialty units: a Cognitive Transition Unit to meet the care and rehabilitation needs of patients with a mild to moderate acquired brain injury, and an Aged Care Unit for older patients with long term or complex conditions such as dementia and delirium.

The overall project includes the demolition of Prince William Wing, refurbishment of some existing services, the completion of a forecourt and it's landscaping, and is due to be completed in late 2026.

The St George Hospital Stage 3 Redevelopment will provide staff, patients and carers with a first-class facility, designed to meet the health needs of our community, now and into the future.


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Cultural Capital has been appointed by Health Infrastructure to curate the art program for the new Kensington Street Building at St George Hospital. 

Cultural Capital is seeking expressions of interest from artists for several opportunities on the clinical floors of the building.

Artists of all career stages, especially those with ties to the St George Hospital area, are encouraged to apply.

For more information on the submission process and how to apply:



 Aurelie Bolle

Discover why women like Aurelie Bolle, Project Manager at BESIX Watpac working on the St George Hospital Redevelopment, are choosing careers in construction and breaking down diversity barriers.

South-Eastern Sydney Local Health District and Health Infrastructure are proud to support the NSW Government’s Women In Construction program, including the Hard Work Knows No Gender campaign, which seeks to raise awareness and promote the benefits of greater gender diversity in construction trade and non-traditional roles, such as a plumbing, electrics, carpentry, engineering and project management.

The Hard Work Knows No Gender campaign is rolling out across construction sites in NSW with hospital redevelopment projects, including the St George Hospital Redevelopment, playing a lead role

Read Aurelie's Q&A interview here: Hard Work Knows No Gender Interview



For the latest updates on The Kensington Street Building please click here.



St George Hospital - Stage 3 Redevelopment

St George Hospital - Stage 3 Redevelopment

St George Hospital - Stage 3 Redevelopment

St George Hospital - Stage 3 Redevelopment

St George Hospital - Stage 3 Redevelopment



St George Hospital is now recruiting people to be consumer advisors on the design and delivery of the new Ambulatory Care Building.

To find out more, please email 



In 2020, the NSW government announced $385 million to fund St George Hospital Stage 3. This will be the third major stage in the redevelopment of St George Hospital and includes the construction of a new Ambulatory Care Precinct, providing an important boost to healthcare services for the local community. The Precinct brings together a range of non-admitted, outpatient and community services that are currently dispersed across a number of hospital building on and around the current St George Hospital campus. The aim is to co-locate these services to support enhanced collaboration between various clinical teams and health care staff, and to improve access for patients.

St George Hospital Stage 3 builds upon previous redevelopments, including:

  • Stage 1 completed in 2014, which delivered a new and expanded Emergency Department
  • Stage 2 completed in 2017, which delivered a state-of-the-art Acute Services Building (ASB), including additional operating theatres, day surgery and recovery spaces, a sterilising Department, a new Integrated ICU with 52 beds, cardiac catheter labs, and an additional 128 new inpatient beds. Refurbishment of the birthing suite was completed in 2020.

A program of priority works for Stage 3 (commencing in 2021) includes the refurbishment of six existing operating theatres and three procedure rooms in the Clinical Services Building, and relocation of a number of services to make way for construction of the new Ambulatory Care building on Kensington Street.

The project is being delivered by Health Infrastructure in consultation with precinct partners South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.

Redeveloping a hospital is not as straight forward as you may think - every redevelopment is tailored to a community's unique needs. The following video, developed by Health Infrastructure, gives a good overview of what is involved throughout the planning process. We encourage you to look at the 'How to Build a Hospital' video to understand how that process will unfold from planning, to design and construction.




If you'd like to ask a question, provide feedback or learn more about Redevelopment - Stage 3, please contact our team at: