RYDE HOspital redevelopment



In 2019, the NSW Government announced a $526.8 million investment for the redevelopment of Ryde Hospital. This investment will enable Ryde to have a hospital of the future, meeting the long-term needs of the local community.

When complete, the Ryde Hospital Redevelopment will deliver:
  • a new expanded, integrated and enhanced emergency department
  • a new and expanded medical imaging department
  • a new expanded and enhanced intensive care unit
  • new expanded and enhanced operating theatres and procedure rooms
  • a new purpose-built ambulatory care centre
  • more adult overnight inpatient beds
  • a new paediatric short stay unit
  • expanded and enhanced surgical/endoscopy day only spaces
  • associated clinical and non-clinical support services including pharmacy, pathology, food,  environmental, linen and supply services
  • contemporary education, training and research to strengthen tertiary partnerships
  • improved accessibility to the campus including internal roads, urban spaces, landscaping and wayfinding, and engineering and ICT service infrastructure.

The Ryde Hospital Redevelopment will meet the needs of staff, consumers and the community by:
  • Transforming the health facilities for Ryde and surrounding suburbs,
  • Ensuring people can get the appropriate care they need close to home.
  • Enabling Ryde to have a state-of the-art hospital, meeting the long-term needs of the community.
  • Implementing new models of care to ensure patients are receiving the best possible care.
  • Enabling Ryde to have a technologically advanced facility, using technology to enhance the delivery of healthcare.
  • Strengthening key academic relationships with tertiary providers to bring about a range of opportunities including clinical placements, teaching and research.