In early 2019 the NSW and Federal Governments announced $608 million to deliver brand new, state-of-the-art paediatric health, medical research and education facilities as part of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1 and the Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre redevelopment project.
The Randwick Campus Redevelopment team is working with the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network, Children’s Cancer Institute and UNSW Sydney to plan and design Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1 and Australia’s first Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre. Bounded by Hospital Road, High Street and Botany Street, the redevelopment will connect with UNSW’s Health Translation Hub to bring the Randwick Hospitals Campus and UNSW Kensington Campus closer together, forming an integrated Randwick Health and Innovation Precinct.
The collocation of paediatric healthcare, education and research environments will accelerate learning discoveries, engage clinical innovation with bedside care and meet the complex health needs of Sydney’s growing population with a future ready workforce.
This is a once in a generation opportunity to transform paediatric services and the next exciting phase of the broader Randwick Campus Redevelopment.
The new children’s hospital and Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre, combined with innovative approaches to research and healthcare are set to transform the patient, carer and family experience.
The project is undergoing planning and design. The Concept Design phase for the project commenced in early 2020.
Download the fact sheet to find out more about progress for the new children's health and research facilities at Randwick.
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