The master plan for the Albury Wodonga Regional Hospital project in New South Wales (NSW) in Australia has been revealed, to cater to the health needs of Albury, Wodonga, and neighbouring communities.

With a budget of A$558m ($353.12m), the project is a collaboration between the NSW and Victorian governments

The plan includes the construction of a new clinical services building, infrastructure improvements, and enhanced hospital accessibility.

Future expansion opportunities for infrastructure development and partnerships are also in the works.

This redevelopment aims to provide advanced healthcare services to the Albury-Wodonga region and increase job growth.

It includes the development of more medical and surgical beds, operating theatres, expanded treatment spaces, an ICU, maternity services relocation, a new children’s ward, a mental health unit, additional parking, and a helipad.

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The master plan was created following consultation with various stakeholders, including healthcare staff, local councils, and government agencies.

Victorian Minister for Health Infrastructure Mary-Anne Thomas said: “We know how important this hospital is to those living in the Albury-Wodonga region.

“That’s why we’re working very closely with the NSW Government to give the community new and upgraded health facilities so they can receive very best of care, now and into the future.

She added: “The border region continues to grow, and this project will not only generate hundreds of job opportunities during the construction phase but will also attract more of the best healthcare professionals to the area to meet the future demand.

“While we’re planning for the future, we’re also making improvements to patient experience right now.

“Stage one of the new A$36m ($22.78m) Albury Hospital Emergency Department is set to be completed early next year, with a new short-stay unit scheduled to be completed in the middle of next year.”