About our redevelopment
The NSW Government has committed $940 million to the redevelopment of Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) Hospital to deliver a new hospital building and refurbishment of existing spaces. 

This is the most significant investment in RPA’s 140-year history to support the world-leading services provided at RPA for the 740,000 people who live in Sydney Local Health District and the more than 1 million people who come into the District each day to work, study and visit.

When complete, the RPA Redevelopment will deliver:
  • Expanded and enhanced Emergency Department and Intensive Care Units
  • State-of-the-art operating theatres
  • Expanded and improved adult inpatient accommodation
  • Increased interventional and imaging services
  • Expanded neonatology services
  • Improved roads, signage and landscaping throughout the hospital campus
  • A new open garden courtyard

Latest news

4 March 2024 - Lambie Dew Drive tree removal

4 March 2024 - Lambie Dew Drive tree removal

4 March 2024 - Lambie Dew Drive tree removal View PDF  

Posted 04 Mar 2024
4 March 2024 - Construction update

4 March 2024 - Construction update

4 March 2024 - Construction update View PDF  

Posted 04 Mar 2024
29 February 2024 - Lambie Dew Drive single-lane closure

29 February 2024 - Lambie Dew Drive single-lane closure

29 February 2024 - Lambie Dew Drive single-lane closure View PDF  

Posted 29 Feb 2024
19 February 2024 - Johns Hopkins Drive road closure

19 February 2024 - Johns Hopkins Drive road closure

19 February 2024 - Johns Hopkins Drive road closure View PDF  

Posted 19 Feb 2024

HOW TO BUILD A HOSPITAL

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    How to build a hospital

    Hospital planning is a complex process that involved extensive consultation with staff, patients, consumers and the community to ensure the right clinical needs are met.
     

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