Childrens Cancer Centre and Randwick Childrens Hospital rebuild
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In the lead up to the 2019 NSW State election, the NSW and Federal governments, along with other donors, made a commitment of $608 million to build Australia's first Comprehensive Children's Cancer Centre (CCCC), and to rebuild the Children's Hospital in Randwick. The re-election of the Government means the project will go ahead. The Federal Government also confirmed its commitment of $100 million towards the project in the 2019-20 Federal Budget.
The funding is made up of:
- $428 million from the NSW Liberal-Nationals Coalition Government
- $100 million from the Commonwealth Government
- $30 million from the University of New South Wales
- $25 million from Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation, and
- $25 million from Children's Cancer Institute.
The new Cancer Centre will bring together clinical care, research and teaching. The project will be built over two levels. The ground floor will host a new Emergency Department and new short stay units. The level above will house the CCCC.
The rebuild of the Children's Hospital will expand and integrate it with a new Acute Services Building and the $250 million Translational Hub that is being funded by the University of NSW.
This funding commitment is in addition to $720 million being put towards the redevelopment of Prince of Wales Hospital, bringing the total funding contribution for the Randwick site to $1.3 billion.
Last reviewed: 09/04/2019