New South Wales (NSW) Deputy Premier Prue Car and Health Minister Ryan Park have inaugurated the northern entrance of Campbelltown Hospital in Australia, marking the completion of the extensive A$632m ($413.49m) Stage II redevelopment.

This component connects directly to the main hospital concourse, Hospital Street, to improve access to services for all users.

Since the redevelopment began in 2018, a 12-storey clinical services building has been added and existing buildings at the hospital campus have been refurbished.

The clinical services building has received 158,044 emergency department presentations and 9,619 surgical procedures since being opened in 2022.

Its features include an expanded emergency department, a future-ready intensive care unit and enhanced surgical services, as well as digital operating theatres, a new children’s unit and expanded maternity and women’s services.

Refurbishments at the Campbelltown Hospital’s existing buildings include the expansion of the pathology laboratory, pharmacy, renal dialysis unit, clinical information department and cancer therapy centre.

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The hospital also houses a new dental centre, a first for the institution.

The project follows a $134m Stage I redevelopment in 2016 and a $34.1m car park completion in 2020.

The ongoing construction of the Lang Walker AO Medical Research Building, a collaborative effort between various health and educational institutions, aims to further improve the Campbelltown Health and Education Precinct.

This facility aims to foster innovation and excellence in patient care by integrating medical research with healthcare services.

Camden and Campbelltown Hospitals general manager Grant Isedale said: “The completion of the Stage II redevelopment is a historic milestone for Campbelltown Hospital.

“It has given our staff, patients and community an incredible new clinical services building, which is at the cutting edge of healthcare with new technology and innovation.

“The new hospital building and the many refurbishments across the campus will serve as a wonderful legacy to the Macarthur community.’’