FAQ

What is the Sutherland Hospital Redevelopment Project?

The $62.9 million redevelopment of Sutherland Hospital includes:

  • A new and expanded Emergency Department with 44 treatment bays, including three resuscitation bays

  • 60 new acute inpatient beds, including six high dependency/intensive care beds and a 14 bed general medical unit

  • Additional storage space for theatres to alleviate some of the existing operational constraints and improve efficiencies.

What will the benefits of this project be?

The redevelopment of Sutherland Hospital is a major investment by the NSW Government and will meet the future needs of patients by delivering healthcare services for the current population of the local area  and beyond.

When did construction commence?

Construction of the new Emergency Department commenced in early 2016. 

When will the project be finished?

The new Emergency Department will be completed in 2017 with commissing of the new building to follow. In addition, other hospital refurbishments will be undertaken to expand health services to the community.

Will the existing Emergency Department be accessible during the construction works?

Yes. Sutherland Hospital's Emergency Department will continue to operate as normal throughout the redevelopment.