Project Overview

The NSW Government’s $470 million new Maitland Hospital, will be a new facility to meet the growing health service needs for the surrounding communities of the Hunter Valley now and into the future.

The new hospital will offer a wider range of services with significantly more beds and treatment spaces. It will include emergency care, chemotherapy chairs, surgical services, critical care, maternity services, paediatric care, cardiac catheterisation, inpatient beds, mental health, rehabilitation services and outpatient clinics.
 
Main works commenced at the Metford site in late 2018, marking a milestone for the project.  The new Maitland Hospital is on track to open in early 2022.

Latest News

Naae-Wanni art

Naae-Wanni art

Expressions of interest for the Naae-Wanni Aboriginal Maternal and Infant Health Service (AMIHS) are now open. More  

Posted 19 Oct 2021
Medical imaging progress visit

Medical imaging progress visit

Chief Radiographer Matthew Erskine came to look at the new imaging rooms  More  

Posted 17 Aug 2021
Progress visit - maternity and birthing

Progress visit - maternity and birthing

Nicole Williams, Eliza Griffiths and the team came for a tour of the new spaces.  More  

Posted 17 Aug 2021
ICU - Progress visit

ICU - Progress visit

Leneice Trotter and Vinodh Thodur are proud to have been part of helping to deliver the new ICU space  More  

Posted 17 Aug 2021

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Milestones