The NSW Government is partnering with UNSW Sydney to strengthen the Randwick Hospitals Campus through the integration of health education, training and research with acute healthcare services.
Under the latest partnership initiative, the Prince of Wales Acute Services Building will be extended over Hospital Road.
The Integrated Acute Services Building Addition will enable clinical innovation and research, biomedical engineering, and clinical translational research laboratories to be collocated directly alongside clinical staff providing acute healthcare services.
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.
State Significant Development Planning approval
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment approved the addition to the Acute Services Building in December 2019. Further information is available on the DPIE Major Projects website.
To find out more about the proposal, download a fact sheet below:
An Environmental Impact Statement for the Integrated Acute Services Building Addition was publicly exhibited from 29 August to 25 September 2019 on the Major Projects website of the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Learn more about the Acute Services Building approved in February 2019