Concept design for the new regional referral hospital is underway, and we want to know what is important to you in the design of our hospital.
Have your say, and be part of the concept design process by completing the online survey today.
The NSW Government's $582 million investment in the Tweed Valley will deliver a brand new, state-of-the-art hospital on a greenfield site, as well as interim upgrades at The Tweed Hospital. The vision for the Tweed Valley Hospital Development is to deliver a life-changing healthcare solution for the Tweed-Byron region.
Tweed Valley Hospital Project is seeking applications from community members and healthcare consumers to help shape the planning and design of the $534 million Tweed Valley Hospital.
For more information visit our Community Input page. To complete the Consumer and Community Representative Application form click below FORM
The 2018-19 State Budget confirmed $582 million, which includes $534m for a brand new, state-of-the-art hospital to serve the Tweed-Byron community, and $48m for interim upgrades at The Tweed Hospital.
The new hospital will provide an expanded emergency department, inpatient care and enhanced surgical and outpatient services, including the introduction of interventional cardiology and radiotherapy. Site works will commence as soon as acquisition and planning is completed, with early and enabling works targeted to commence by the end of 2018, with the new hospital completed in 2022 and open in 2023.
Minister for Health Brad Hazzard has today confirmed the new $534 million Tweed Valley Hospital will be located opposite Kingscliff TAFE, following extensive community feedback and support for the greenfield site.
The NSW Government is inviting the community to provide feedback on the proposed site for the new Tweed Valley Hospital and nominate any alternative sites for consideration.
The NSW Government announced $534 million for a new state-of-the-art hospital on a greenfield site for the Tweed Valley region in June 2017.
A publicly advertised expression of interest (EOI) process commenced in August 2017. The EOI attracted a strong response of around 20 sites for further consideration.
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, Deputy Premier John Barilaro, Minister for Health Brad Hazzard and Tweed MP Geoff Provest visited The Tweed Hospital on 13 June 2017 and announced funding of $534 million for a new state-of-the-art hospital for the Tweed Valley.