Manning Hospital Redevelopment - Stage 2

The $100 million Manning Hospital Redevelopment Stage 2 will provide patients, carers and staff with a modern new hospital building to help meet the health needs of the community now, and into the future.

The redevelopment is designed around people, places and interaction. It delivers an environment which is more culturally respectful, provides connections to nature and natural light, and reflects the diversity of the community.

Design is well underway for Stage 2, which will create:
  • New wards for inpatient care, with local views and more single rooms with ensuites
  • Additional street entry connected to Commerce Street, and improved drop-off
  • Improved landscaping and public areas  
  • New facilities for pharmacy and pathology
  • New mortuary with dignified viewing and waiting area, and a yarning circle courtyard designed with Aboriginal community feedback through our Connecting with Country process
  • New ‘back of house’ for improved deliveries, food services, linen, and cleaning services
  • Central corridor to connect the new and existing parts of the hospital, and make it easier for people to find their way around - this new central ‘spine’ will also separate public areas from patient transport, providing more dignity for patients being moved through the hospital
  • Opportunity for future master planning.

The NSW Government has committed $100 million for Stage 2 of the Manning Hospital Redevelopment, with a total investment commitment of $140 million for Stages 1 and 2. Stage 1 of the Manning Hospital Redevelopment was completed in 2020 and includes new centres for cancer care and dialysis, new medical imaging, more consultation spaces, and car parking.