The IASB is the first major upgrade to the Prince of Wales Hospital in 25 years, delivering state-of-the-art infrastructure that will support new and innovative approaches to acute healthcare and provide staff with purpose-designed and built facilities that support contemporary clinical practice.
Health-related academic and translational research spaces will be collocated with clinical services. These include laboratories and spaces to support collaboration and the testing and trialing of new models of care and innovative treatments.
The new and expanded facilities, together with innovative approaches to clinical services, place the patient experience at the centre of healthcare delivery by:
On 27 February 2019, the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) approved the State Significant Development application (SSD-9113) for construction and operation of the Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Health Minister Brad Hazzard visited the Randwick Campus Redevelopment to celebrate the new $780 million Prince of Wales Hospital Integrated Acute Services Building reaching its highest point.
The extension will bring clinicians, researchers, educators and public health together and will drive the rapid translation of clinically informed research, innovation and education excellence to improve patient care at Randwick
Find out more about all projects underway for the Randwick Campus Redevelopment