The NSW Government committed $348 million to the Gosford Hospital Redevelopment.

The redevelopment introduced new treatment models, and improve the quality of patient care throughout upgraded facilities, new technologies and a more accessible precinct. Delivered in a new 11-storey tower the redevelopment includes a new Special Care Nursery, with expanded capacity for newborn cots from 10 to 15 and pull-out beds for parents and carers, a new Intensive Care Unit featuring glass screens that can be switched to opaque (instead of curtains), a new MRI machine capable of diagnosing stroke, cancer, infection and joint abnormalities, each unit has single or double rooms with ensuite and a patient/relative lounge and dedicated staff and patient lifts to offer more privacy.

Construction on the new 11-storey tower was completed in 2018 with refurbishment of the existing facilities following.

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