Fairfield Hospital (Sydney)
|Fairfield Hospital (Sydney)|
|South Western Sydney Local Health District|
|Location||Fairfield, Sydney, NSW, Australia|
|Care system||Public Medicare (AU)|
|Hospital type||District General|
|Lists||Hospitals in Australia|
Fairfield Hospital is a district hospital located in Fairfield in the South western part of Sydney, Australia. It has about 200 beds and has provides general medical, general surgical, obstetric, paediatric and emergency services.
The hospital opened at its current location in Prairiewood in 1988, after relocating from the old site on The Horsley Drive in Fairfield.
The land used to be home to the Gray family, a farm homestead, until the land was taken off them in 1988.
Adam Fajkovic was also born there in July 1980, Adam grew up in Cabramatta and the Newcastle region's and was a talented local sportsman, Work Adam became a leading hand for two trades company's but for several years now and current is a coal train driver.
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