Welcome

Welcome

The redevelopment of Sutherland Hospital will transform the 57-year-old hospital to be better positioned to meet the needs of a growing and ageing population.

The project will deliver a new and expanded emergency department, providing 44 treatment bays (including three resuscitation bays), 60 new acute inpatient beds, refurbishment works to provide an expanded medical imaging service and storage space for theatres to improve efficiencies.

This will ensure patients continue to receive timely, safe and high quality care, now and into the future. 

News & Events

Project Milestone: First Concrete Pour

Project Milestone: First Concrete Pour

Sutherland Hospital’s Redevelopment took a leap forward with the first concrete pour to form the ground level slab of the new Emergency Department (ED).

The project milestone coincided with the removal of the hospital’s plant room façade and demolition of the ED annex in preparation for the commencement of construction. 

Posted 11 Apr 2016
Piling Rig arrives to dig the foundations

Piling Rig arrives to dig the foundations

The arrival of the Soilmec R620 Piling Rig signalled the start of digging the new Emergency Department foundations. The 65 tonne Rig, which the hospital staff called EDDY, will dig approximately 80 holes (or piles), six metres into ground rock.
 

Posted 01 Mar 2016
Sutherland Hospital Redevelopment Underway

Sutherland Hospital Redevelopment Underway

Health Minister Jillian Skinner joined local MPs at Sutherland Hospital to mark the start of main works for the $62.9 million redevelopment. View PDF  

Posted 03 Feb 2016
Sod turn marks the start

Sod turn marks the start

Sod turn marks the start of the hospital redevelopment. View PDF  

Posted 22 Jan 2015

Projects

  • Car Park (early works)

    Car Park (early works)

    Construction of a new street level car park completed June 2015.

  • Main works

    Main works

    The NSW Government committed $62.9 million to the redevelopment of Sutherland Hospital in January 2015

  • Refurbishment

    Refurbishment

    Internal refurbishment at a later stage of the project will create contemporary facilities for expanding services to meet the future needs of the community.

Milestones

  • 1984

    $20 million building project

    This expansion added a 30-bed children’s ward, a 30-bed psychiatric ward, new operating theatres as well as physiotherapy, social work and radiography departments. 

  • 2017

    2017

    Main works are scheduled to be completed in 2017, with refurbishment works to follow.

  • Early 2016

    Main works scheduled to commence

    Main works construction activities scheduled to commence.

  • August 2014
    Multi-storey car park opens

    Multi-storey car park opens

    Multi-storey car park opened by the Premier Mike Baird and Health Minister Jillian Skinner.

  • Apr 2016
    Project Milestone: First Concrete Pour

    Project Milestone: First Concrete Pour

    Sutherland Hospital’s Redevelopment took a leap forward with the first concrete pour to form the ground level slab of the new Emergency Department (ED).

    The project milestone coincided with the removal of the hospital’s plant room façade and demolition of the ED annex in preparation for the commencement of construction. 

  • Feb 2016
    Sutherland Hospital Redevelopment Underway

    Sutherland Hospital Redevelopment Underway

    Health Minister Jillian Skinner joined local MPs at Sutherland Hospital to mark the start of main works for the $62.9 million redevelopment.

  • Jun 2015

    Completion of early works

    Scheduled completion of early works of the new street level car park.

  • Jan 2015
    Sod turn marks the start

    Sod turn marks the start

    Sod turn marks the start of the hospital redevelopment.

  • Jan 2015

    Early works commence

    Early works start on the new street level car park.

  • Jun 2014
    Green light for redevelopments

    Green light for redevelopments

    NSW Government announces in excess of $300 million for Sutherland and St George Hospitals in major redevelopment.