The New South Wales Government has committed $300 million towards the construction of a new health service at Rouse Hill in North West Sydney - forming part of a broader $1 billion commitment to improve health infrastructure in the State. The new Rouse Hill Health Service will be paid for with money from the Rebuilding NSW fund, which is sourced from the lease of the State's electricity assets.
The scope of the new facility is subject to detailed planning, however it will include ambulatory care and diagnostics services. The health service facility will be networked to and operationally integrated with Blacktown and Westmead hospitals.
The Rouse Hill Health Service was included in NSW Infrastructure Pipeline, released in July 2018.
|Mar 2023||Expected Construction Commencement|
|May 2017||In the 2017/18 Budget, the NSW Government allocated an undisclosed portion of $15 million to undertake the planning of Rouse Hill Health Service.|
|May 2018||The 2018/19 NSW Budget allocated $75 million for land acquisition for the new health service facility.|
|Feb 2019||The NSW Government announced that a site had been acquired for the new Rouse Hill Hospital. The Hospital will be built at 768 Windsor Road, close to the Rouse Hill Town Centre and the new Rouse Hill Metro station.|
|Mar 2021||The NSW Government confirmed the site for the new Rouse Hill Hospital. The hospital will be built on the north-eastern side of Windsor Road in Sydney’s north-western suburbs.|
|Jun 2022||The NSW Government received a request to prepare the Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements (SEARs).|
|Jul 2022||The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements were issued for the preparation of the Environmental Impact Assessment of the project.|
Secretary’s Environmental Assessment Requirements