In 2014 the NSW Liberal Government promised the people of North-West Sydney a public hospital.
Instead they’ve announced that they will only commit to Stage One of a ‘Rouse Hill Health Service’, providing a fraction of the care our growing community needs.
Don’t be fooled by the Liberals – they haven’t announced a hospital, they’ve announced a glorified medical centre.
A full-service hospital in the North-West Sydney will take pressure off hospitals across Sydney and cater to our growing community.
That’s why Dr Annemarie Christie and Labor have announced $700 million for a full-service North West Public Hospital that will include Paediatrics, Oncology, Maternity, Women's Health, Special Care Nursery, a Medical and surgical ward as well as a Emergency department.
Labor’s $700 million investment in the North West Public Hospital will be the single largest investment in public health in Sydney’s north-west by a State or Federal Government.
Western Sydney hospitals are under enormous pressure and a new hospital in the North-West will take the pressure off Blacktown, Westmead and Mount Druitt hospitals.
Labor’s announced hospital will serve the rapidly growing north-west region and will benefit people across Western Sydney by taking pressure off overstretched hospitals at Blacktown, Westmead and Mt Druitt.