The NSW Government is delivering a major transformation of Dubbo Hospital to provide expanded and upgraded clinical services to the people of Western NSW.

In 2015, the $91.3 million redevelopment for Stages 1 and 2 was completed, providing a new clinical services building that features maternity, operating theatres and day surgery services, as well as additional car parking.

Following Stages 1 and 2, a further $150 million was committed by the NSW Government to continue to transformation and construction is underway for Stages 3 and 4. A new 34-bed surgical unit opened in March 2018 and now work is focused on a three storey hospital building with new main hospital entry and additional car parking. The new clinical building will include an emergency department, medical imaging, ambulatory care services and critical care floor. For details click on the What's Included tab above.

Planning is also underway for the $35 million Western Cancer Centre Dubbo, which will provide 16 chemotherapy chairs, a bunker for radiation treatment and a PET CT Scanner for cancer diagnostics. The NSW Government has provided $10 million for the project in addition to the Federal Government's $25 million commitment.