Planning our new hospital: Ways you can get involved
Thursday, 25 May 2023 / Albury Wodonga Health
As planning for the new hospital ramps up, the community is invited to get involved.
Want to learn more about the border's new $558m hospital? Keen to influence its design? Then we want to hear from you. Join us for a series of community drop-in sessions and express your interest to join our Project Community Advisory Group.
Albury Wodonga Drop-In Sessions
Learn more about Albury Wodonga's new hospital at a series of drop-in information sessions happening around the community.
It will be an opportunity to hear directly from the Albury Campus project team and learn more about master planning for the state-of-the-art facility.
Community drop-in sessions will be held at:
• Wodonga Plaza, Wednesday 31 May, 10am – 12pm
• Lavington Square, Wednesday 31 May, 2pm - 4pm
• White Box Rise Shopping Centre, Thursday 1 June, 10am-12pm
• Westend Plaza, Thursday 1 June, 2pm - 4pm
• Myer Centrepoint, Thursday 1 June, 5pm – 7pm
Express Your Interest In the Project Advisory Committee
As planning for Albury Wodonga's new $558m hospital ramps up, we're inviting residents to join our Project Community Advisory Committee.
This group will be made up of people who provide a community perspective on the design of the new hospital.
The Albury Campus Redevelopment team is looking for people to join the group and help make the new facilities welcoming, safe, and a great place for everyone who visits and works there.
Find out more and express your interest here
We want to hear from you
Minister for Regional Health Ryan Park said extensive community consultation will be conducted throughout the planning for the redevelopment.
“Work to deliver the region’s new hospital is moving ahead with the project team recently appointed to progress master planning, which is a key milestone in the early planning for this major redevelopment.
“Planning is now underway, enabling us to start construction in 2024 and deliver contemporary new hospital facilities that provide the best possible healthcare environment for the community.
“We’re encouraging the community to get involved and meet the team at a series of information drop-in sessions where they can speak directly to us and tell us how we can create a new health facility that best meets the unique needs of the Border region,” Minister Park said.