Royal Prince Alfred Hospital set for $750 Million redevelopment

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital set for $750 Million redevelopment
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital set for $750 Million redevelopment

The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government said they are investing $750 million for the redevelopment of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

It is the largest investment in the hopsital's 137-year history.

Health Minister Brad Hazzard said, "this $750 million commitment for the Stage 1 redevelopment of RPA is a game changer for medical staff and patients."

The Stage 1 redevelopment will include expansion of the Emergency and Imaging departments, reconfiguration and expansion of operating theatres and integration of ambulatory care services.

Mr Hazzard said the Liberals & Nationals Government is investing more than $8 billion in health infrastructure over the next four years, and has invested nearly $10 billion since 2011.

“The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government has already built or upgraded more than 100 hospitals and other health facilities across the State and now RPA is getting its turn"

Redevelopment commenced with the transformation of the Professor Marie Bashir Centre opened in 2014, and the $34.6 million staff car park opened in 2018, in addition to its ongoing support of Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.

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