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Tweed Valley Hospital, NSW

The $582-million Tweed Valley Hospital will replace the region’s existing hospital and provide more beds, an expanded emergency department, enhanced surgical and medical services, enhanced ambulatory services and outpatient clinics. 

It will also include a cardiac catheterization laboratory and an integrated cancer care service including radiotherapy.

To be built along a ridgeline on a greenfield site, opposite Kingscliff TAFE, the hospital will have panoramic views across a nature reserve towards Wommin Bay and Lamington National Park.

STH in collaboration with Bates Smart have envisioned a hospital that fits in with the natural landscape, while preserving the nearby wetlands. The hospital’s orientation to the north and the composition of the buildings will ensure access to natural light and take advantage of the views. Natural building materials, used to complement the surrounding area, will also be prioritized and particular attention will be given to landscaping around the hospital.  

PROJECT SIZE: Confidential

STATUS: Schematic Design

CLIENT: NSW Health Infrastructure BACK