New Maitland Hospital: Enabling Contemporary, Patient-Centric Healthcare

New Maitland Hospital: Enabling Contemporary, Patient-Centric Healthcare

The NSW Government is investing $470 million in delivering the new Maitland Hospital, a leading facility that will help meet growing health service needs for the surrounding communities of the Hunter Valley now and into the future.

The existing hospital in Maitland is no longer conducive to contemporary patient care. The new Maitland Hospital will offer a wider range of services  including emergency care, surgical services, critical care, maternity services, paediatric care, cardiac catheterisation, inpatient beds, mental health, rehabilitation services, palliative care and outpatient clinics, and, for the first time will also offer the region’s first chemotherapy service.

To learn more about the project we spoke to Gillian Geraghty, Executive Director, Rural and Regional at NSW Health Infrastructure , who shared her insights into the challenges of a greenfield development, and delves into the stakeholder and community engagement initiatives helping overcome these and drive contemporary care in NSW’ Hunter region.   


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