The Lismore Base Hospital redevelopment is being delivered by Health Infrastructure in partnership with the Northern NSW Local Health District and Lismore Base Hospital.
NSW Health Infrastructure manages the planning, design and delivery of health infrastructure capital works across the state. It unites the skills and resources of the construction and health industries to deliver world-class infrastructure and healthcare services to the people of New South Wales. More details can be found at www.hinfra.health.nsw.gov.au
Northern NSW Local Health District provides public health services to the northern most coastal region of NSW, covering eight local government areas from Tweed in the north to Clare Valley in the south. The region is served by two major referral hospitals (Lismore and Tweed), five district hospitals, three community hospitals, three multi-purpose service centres and 21 community health centres. More details can be found at www.nnswlhd.health.nsw.gov.au
Lismore Base Hospital is the major referral hospital for the Richmond Clarence Health Service Group within the Northern NSW Local Health District. It covers the local government areas of Richmond Valley, Clarence Valley, Kyogle, Lismore, Ballina and part of Tenterfield. More details about the health services which are currently provided at Lismore Base Hospital can be found at www.nnswlhd.health.nsw.gov.au/about/hospitals/lismore-base-hospital
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Project funding partners
The Lismore Base Hospital redevelopment is jointly funded by the NSW and Australian Governments.
Stage 3a – an $80 million project with $20 million from the NSW Government and $60.25 million from the Commonwealth’s Health and Hospital Fund
Stage 3b – a $180 million project with funding provided by the NSW Government
- Car park – a $9.27 million project with initial funding provided by the NSW Government
Project delivery partners
The key project partners involved in the Lismore Base Hospital redevelopment include: