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Wyong Hospital Redevelopment, NSW

Health Infrastructure NSW
$200 Million
Completion Year: 

The Wyong Hospital Redevelopment Project involves the design, delivery and commissioning of the $200 Million new and refurbished acute clinical services building located in the Central Coast Local Health District.


The vision for the Redevelopment comprises of the following:

  • New Emergency Department with 4 resuscitation bays, 42 acute bays, 2 front of house triage bays;
  • Early treatment and holding bays, 10 sub-acute general bays, 2 isolation rooms, 12 fast track bays and 10 paediatric bays
  • Increased maternity services, with 1 additional birthing room and inclusion of a new neonatal unit;
  • New 10 bed paediatric assessment unit;
  • An additional new 80 Acute Inpatient beds comprising of:  Additional Emergency Short Stay beds;
  • Additional 48 medical / surgical beds;
  • New 30 bed Acute medical unit;
  • Future capacity for an additional 30 medical / surgical beds;
  • A new 9 bed intensive care unit with future capacity to move to 12 beds;
  • A new 6 bed Psychiatric Emergency Care Centre;
  • Expansion to surgical services with the inclusion of an additional operating theatre, three additional recovery bays, additional storage and a new staff room.

LCI Consultants are providing Mechanical, Electrical, Communications, Security, ESD, Vertical Transport, Acoustics & Fire Safety Engineering Services for the redevelopment.

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