Port Stephens HealthOne redevelopment
The almost $8 million Port Stephens HealthOne Project will bring together General Practitioner, Community Health and Hospital Services into one purpose built facility on the Tomaree Hospital site in Nelson Bay.
The Port Stephens HealthOne is part of the $100 million NSW Government investment in 20 HealthOne services.
The Port Stephens HealthOne will collocate and integrate all services on the Tomaree Campus including Community Health Services, the Medical Centre and the hospital. This will see staff work as a multidisciplinary team, resulting in improved coordinated care for the community. It will also replace disjointed, aging infrastructure with a purpose built facility, delivering improved amenity and comfort for patients and staff.
The new HealthOne building will deliver services that are tailored to Tomaree Peninsula residents including areas for mental health consultations, increased imaging, children and family care, and oral health services.
The new building will deliver purpose built areas for:
- A General Practice Clinic
- Community Health Services Pathology Unit
- Medical Imaging Unit
- Dental Clinic
In addition, the development of the HealthOne will also deliver additional car parking.
NSW Minister for Health, Brad Hazzard MP, toured the existing Hospital on 25 August to officially announce the opening of tenders for the HealthOne redevelopment.
Check out what the new HealthOne in Port Stephens is going to look like!
We’re pleased to be able to release the artist’s impressions of the new HealthOne to be built at Tomaree Hospital in Nelson Bay. We’re set to start construction on the new building later this year.
The building has been designed to work with the existing environment and provide patients with stunning views of the surrounding bushland.