The Western Cancer Centre Dubbo will deliver life-saving cancer care much closer to home. Demolition works started in February 2020 to progress construction.
The new Emergency and Medical Imaging Departments opened in March 2020!
This allows the project team to demolish the old departments and complete and new three-storey hospital building. Take a tour of the new department nows by watching our short video.
On 10 December 2019, patients moved in to their new, expanded and modern Dialysis Unit. The new unit allows our highly skilled staff to provide life-saving, world-class treatment now, and into the future.
The new MRI service at Dubbo Hospital is a great addition to the new Medical Imaging Dept. Find out what it means to staff and patients.
Find out all the latest redevelopment information by reading our latest newsletter!
On Friday 17 April, the Premier announced beds on the new critical care floor would open early as part of the NSW Government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read the latest construction updates about the new three-storey hospital building and cancer centre.
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Excitment is building following a preview tour of the newly completed Emergency and Medical Imaging departments which are set to open later this month.
Today, Member for Dubbo, Dugald Saunders and Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton joined the LHD and hospital staff to celebrate the start of demolition works for the new $35 million Western Cancer Centre.
On 10 December 2019, a traditional smoking ceremony was held to celebrate the completion of the new Dialysis Unit. The new unit provides the extra space needed to deliver life-saving dialysis treatment to more patients from regional and remote areas of Western NSW.
Treasurer Perrottet and Minister Hazzard visit Dubbo on 6 November to announce the tender to construct the Western Cancer Centre had been awarded to Lipman Ptd Ltd. They also released Regional Australia Institute Report that found more jobs have been created as a result of the redevelopment.
On Wednesday 2 October, Member for Dubbo, Dugald Saunders was given a preview tour of the new and expanded Emergency Department.
Construction on the new three-storey clinical building reached its highest point today!
Construction for the new renal unit is underway above the Extended Day Surgery Unit
Member for Dubbo Troy Grant joined with family members of two well-known medical identities and hospital staff at a special ceremony at Dubbo Hospital on Monday
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Dubbo, Troy Grant visited Dubbo Hospital to officially turn the first sod for Stage 4 construction for new three-storey clinical building.
On Monday 12 March, a smoking ceremony was held for the newly completed Surgical Unit. Patients and staff will move in later this month.
A new 34-bed surgical unit will open in March 2018 on the second floor of the clinical services building.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announces $10 million towards Integrated Cancer Centre at Dubbo.
Local Member for Dubbo, Troy Grant visited Dubbo Hospital to celebrate the start of construction for Stages 3 and 4. The first phase of work includes the construction of a new In-patient Unit.
From 6 - 8 February, the redevelopment team is visiting several rural and remote communities in Western NSW to showcase the designs for the redevelopment and give the communities a chance to help inform the look and feel of key public areas in the hospital.
Member for Dubbo Troy Grant announced today that construction company Hansen Yuncken Pty Ltd has been awarded the tender to construct an additional floor on top of Dubbo Hospital’s new clinical services building.
Stages 3 and 4 of the Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment is well underway with schematic design launched on Monday 14 November 2016 and construction started on the new In-patient Unit on top of the clinical services building.
Tenders have been called for the construction of an additional floor on the new clinical services building which will include a contemporary and expanded Surgical inpatient unit.
On 21 January 2015, Health Minister Jillian Skinner and Member for Dubbo, Troy Grant announced a further $150 million to deliver the next two stages of the Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment.