Staff and approximately 60 health services currently on 12 separate sites on the campus and in the city will relocate into the Health Services Hub as part of the third and final stage of the Waga Wagga Health Service Redevelopment
Dear Local Resident,
Construction of the new Stage 3 building as part of the $431 million Wagga Wagga Health Service Redevelopment remains on track with work underway on the forecourt, car park and entry areas.
Find frequently asked questions for staff on the Operational Commissiioning of the new Stage 3 building.
The range of free-standing furniture available for the new Ambulatory Care Building will be on display for staff viewing this week.
The existing Main Entry to Wagga Wagga Base Hospital will be temporarily relocated as part of the Stage 3 project.
Find fast facts about the construction of the new Stage 3 building
Want to know when the Redevelopment is due to finish? View an Anticipated Project Timeline here.
Read the facts about the tower crane which will help construct a multi-storey Ambulatory Care Building.
BreastScreen NSW opened for screening in Wagga Wagga’s CBD in May, 2019.
Dear Local Resident ...
BreastScreen NSW Wagga Wagga is relocating to Wagga Wagga's CBD in early May 2019.
From Tuesday 12 March, there will be changes to pedestrian access and car parking on the Wagga Wagga Health Service campus as part of WWHS Redevelopment Stage 3 works.
The $431million Redevelopment has reached another exciting milestone, with a call for tenders for the construction of Stage 3 - the Ambulatory Care Building.
A number of key Wagga Wagga Health Service's are temporarily relocating to make way for the third and final stage of the Redevelopment.
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