New Women's and Children's Hospital

New Women's and Children's Hospital

Consultation begins on new Women's and Children's Hospital

We have taken another significant step in the planning for our new world-class Women's and Children's Hospital, with the official start of our consultation phase.

Our clinicians, staff, consumers and the broader South Australian community will play a significant role in shaping our new hospital.

Their input is key to what we do, how we do it and how we plan and design our new hospital.

They will all be involved every step of the way, and while the COVID-19 pandemic may have delayed the start of our consultation phase, it hasn’t changed our commitment to meaningful consultation.

Our vision for the new Women’s and Children’s Hospital is to provide holistic, world-class healthcare and facilities in South Australia for babies, children, young people, women and their families.

We look forward to providing you with further updates about our planning work as we continue on this exciting journey together.

nWCH Consultation Documents:

PDF iconnWCH Vision and Principles  (433kb)

PDF iconnWCH Engagement Strategy  (1.8mb)

PDF iconFAQs: Project User Groups  (307kb)

PDF iconFAQs: Advisory Groups  (270kb)

PDF iconFAQs: Service Delivery Models  (183kb)


New Women's and Children's Hospital

The South Australian Government has committed $550 million to continue the planning work for a new Women's and Children's Hospital.

Our new world-class facility will give South Australian families access to the most advanced hospital care, technology and medical research for many years to come.

This important commitment is in addition to the Government's $50 million investment to upgrade our existing site.

PDF iconNew Women's and Children's Hospital – Frequently Asked Questions  (282kb)

 

Please send any questions you may have about the new Women's and Children's Hospital Project to Health:nWCHengagement.


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