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|Blacktown-Mt Druitt Health
Western Sydney Local Health district
|Location||Blacktown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Care system||Public Medicare (AU)|
|Affiliated university||University of Western Sydney|
|Lists||Hospitals in Australia|
Blacktown Hospital (officially known as Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital - Blacktown Campus) is an acute care hospital in Blacktown, New South Wales, Australia. Together with Mount Druitt Hospital and associated community health centres, it forms Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital, which is a part of the Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD).
Blacktown hospital has approximately 400 beds. It provides a wide range of health services including:
- Ante-Natal/Gynaecology Unit
- Delivery Suite
- Special Care Nursery
- Acute Medical
- Coronary Care and Coronary Stepdown Unit
- Diabetes Center
- Acute Rehabilitation
- Acute Stroke Unit
- Pre-Admission Clinic
- Day Procedure Unit
- Surgical/Medical Short Stay Unit
- Intensive Care Unit
- High Dependency
- Oncology Services
- Mental Health
- Regional Dialysis Centre
- Community Health Services including Dental.
The Hospital campus also includes Bungarribee House, a psychiatric unit that, along with Cumberland Hospital provides mental health services to western Sydney.
In 2012, the NSW Government announced the $324 million Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital Expansion Project Stage 1. The Blacktown campus projects include:
- A new sub-acute (step-down) mental health care unit to be called the Melaleuca Unit
- A new clinical services building for cancer, cardiac, respiratory and aged care including a new cancer care unit
- A new 600-space car park
- Infrastructure and service enhancements.
The new clinical services building will open in 2015;further refurbishment of the existing hospital will be completed in 2016. The expansion project will deliver an additional 170 beds for the campus.