Have your say on the new Rouse Hill Hospital
Are you passionate about the future of healthcare in western Sydney?
We’re looking for community members and health providers who live and work in the local community to take part in discussions around how services will be delivered in the new Rouse Hill Hospital.
Western Sydney Local Health District chief executive Graeme Loy is encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to have their voice heard at consultations in August and September.
“This is a unique opportunity to help shape how we will deliver the very best healthcare in your neighbourhood for decades to come,” Mr Loy said.
“We want to hear from you about how Rouse Hill Hospital can best meet your needs, and the needs of your community.”
The NSW Government is investing $300 million to develop the Rouse Hill Hospital on a new site at the corner of Commercial Road and Windsor Road, Rouse Hill. Construction will start prior to March 2023.
To get involved, simply begin by completing this questionnaire to express your interest.
There will be public information sessions held online via Zoom on Thursday August 19 from 1.30pm–2.30pm and Monday August 23 from 7pm-8pm.
We are looking to hear from people in either of the following categories.
Community members: Those from Hills Shire Council and Blacktown City Council who live in these suburbs: Annangrove, Acacia Gardens, Angus, Baulkham Hills, Beaumont Hills, Bella Vista, Box Hill, Carlingford, Castle Hill, Cattai, Colebee, Dural, Gables, Glenhaven, Glenorie, Glenwood, Grantham Farm, Kellyville, Kellyville Ridge, Kenthurst, Leets Vale, Lower Portland, Maraylya, Maroota, Marsden Park, Melonba, Middle Dural, Nelson, Nirimba Fields, North Kellyville, North Rocks, Norwest, Parklea, Quakers Hill, Richards, Riverstone, Rouse Hill, Sackville North, Schofields, Shanes Park, South Maroota, Stanhope Gardens, Tallawong, The Ponds, West Pennant Hills, Winston Hills, Wisemans Ferry and Vineyard.
You are invited to have your say via a series of community meetings that will take place online, and at locations convenient to you when it’s safe to do so.
Workshops will also take place in Arabic, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean and Punjabi.
Health providers: those who work in the community are invited to participate. Workshops for health providers will also take place online and at Westmead and Blacktown hospitals.
All your details will remain private and confidential.
If you would like more information before deciding to participate, please follow the link above. We will ask you to provide your email address and send you the details of free online information sessions about the project.
This research has been approved by the Western Sydney Local Health District Human Research Ethics Committee (2021/PID01000)