News
SHARE

Working side by side

Working side by side

While work continues on the John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct project, there’ll soon be plenty of activity taking place just outside the precinct too.  

More  
Posted 19 Oct 2022
Moving on to main works

Moving on to main works

Main works construction has officially commenced on the $835 million John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct. 

More  
Posted 14 Oct 2022
Our native flora and fauna

Protecting and preserving

Hear how we're minimising any impact we have on the biodiversity in the area

More  
Posted 12 Oct 2022
Painting a picture of the future precinct

Painting a picture of the future precinct  

Growing evidence shows that incorporating arts into health facilities has proven clinical benefits to the health system as a whole.  

More  
Posted 07 Sep 2022
Looping in volunteers

Looping in volunteers

Engaging with those who guide patients and visitors is a key step in preparing for the John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct. 

More  
Posted 24 Aug 2022
Building a foundation of strong relationships

Building a foundation of strong relationships

Involving the local Aboriginal community in all aspects of the development was a key request from the community during consultation and engagement.  

More  
Posted 15 Jul 2022
Come fly with me

Come fly with me

Work has begun on the John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct.

The project is scheduled for completion in 2026 but we can take a look now at the new precinct. 

More  
Posted 05 Jul 2022
Construction is underway on the JHHIP project

Construction is underway on the JHHIP project

A traditional sod turn ceremony has marked the start of construction of the new seven-storey Acute Services Building, the centrepiece of the $835 million John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct. 

More  
Posted 28 Jun 2022
Enabling works to begin

Enabling works to begin

Multiplex Constructions will start work on Monday 11 April

More  
Posted 07 Apr 2022
John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct Granted SSDA approval

John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct Granted SSDA approval

The $835 million expansion of the John Hunter and John Hunter Children’s Hospitals reached a major milestone in December with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment granting approval of the SSDA for the project.

More  
Posted 22 Dec 2021
Designs revealed for Nexus Mental Health Unit

Designs revealed for Nexus Mental Health Unit

Young people co-design Nexus Mental Health Unit 

More  
Posted 15 Oct 2021
Schematic design unveiled

Schematic design unveiled

Health Minister Brad Hazzard today visited the hospital to unveil the schematic designs of $835million expansion of the John Hunter and John Hunter Children’s Hospitals. 

More  
Posted 25 May 2021
Design Unveiled for new $835M Hospital Build

Design Unveiled for new $835M Hospital Build

The future vision of the world-class expansion of John Hunter and John Hunter Children’s Hospital has been unveiled.
 

More  
Posted 02 Oct 2020
Interim Emergency Department works complete

Interim Emergency Department works complete

A milestone has been achieved for the John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct project, with works completed on the interim Emergency Department 

More  
Posted 25 Aug 2020
Interim Emergency department works commence ahead of schedule

Interim Emergency department works commence ahead of schedule

A milestone has been achieved for the John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct, with works commencing on the Emergency Department interim expansion in mid 2020, five months ahead of schedule.

More  
Posted 22 Apr 2020
John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct master Plan presented to staff

John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct master Plan presented to staff

Hunter New England Local Health District Chief Executive, Michael DiRienzo, and Executive Director Infrastructure and Planning, Ramsey Awad, presented the John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct Master Plan to staff at the John Hunter and John Hunter Children’s Hospitals in August 2019.

More  
Posted 19 Aug 2019

Search News