Project Overview

The NSW Government is investing $723.3 million in health for the Tweed Valley to deliver a new, state-of-the-art hospital with more beds and increased healthcare services, along with interim upgrades at The Tweed Hospital. This is the largest regional capital health investment funded entirely by the NSW Government. 

The new hospital will include: 

  • more operating theatres and recovery spaces 
  • expanded emergency department 
  • enhanced medical, surgical and mental health services 
  • enhanced ambulatory care services including more outpatient clinics 
  • new interventional cardiology service 
  • new radiotherapy service as part of a new integrated cancer care service. 

The Tweed Valley Hospital will be a major referral hospital at the heart of the network of hospitals and health facilities across the Tweed-Byron region. It will provide the health services required to meet the needs of the growing population of the region beyond 2032. 

The development will provide the community access to more health services closer to home, which will enable patients to remain near family, friends and existing support networks. It will reduce the need for 5,000 patients to travel outside the region each year to receive treatment. 

The main works construction of the new hospital commenced in January 2021. The Tweed Valley Hospital is on track to open to patients in 2023. 
Read our fact sheet for more information.

News & Events

Valley Pulse, October 2021

Valley Pulse, October 2021


Welcome to the Tweed Valley Hospital’s community newsletter, Valley Pulse.

In this edition of Valley Pulse, we share a video that shows you just how far construction has progressed since main works commenced in January 2021. We also announce the appointment of a contractor to deliver the multi-deck car park; and share updates on our Art and Culture program. 

Posted 20 Oct 2021
Call to local artists to feature at new Tweed Valley Hospital

Call to local artists to feature at new Tweed Valley Hospital


Local artists are invited to take part in the arts and culture program for the new Tweed Valley Hospital to enhance patient, visitor, staff and carer experiences.  
 

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Posted 30 Sep 2021
Hiromi Tango announced as artist for hospital centrepiece

Hiromi Tango announced as artist for hospital centrepiece


A specially commissioned sculpture by celebrated local artist Hiromi Tango has been chosen as the centrepiece artwork for the new $723.3 million Tweed Valley Hospital.

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Posted 02 Sep 2021
Local students name the cranes at Tweed Valley Hospital

Local students name the cranes at Tweed Valley Hospital


Local primary school students have officially named three tower cranes recently installed to support construction for the $673.3 million Tweed Valley Hospital development.

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Posted 10 Aug 2021

The Project

Milestones