New entrance works underway 

A new northern entrance to Campbelltown Hospital is a step closer to becoming a reality with the gradual removal of theformer Building C now in progress.

Although clearing of the inside of the building is well underway, the first visible signs of the demolition have come into view with the installation of safety scaffolding around the perimeter of the site by works contractor, MOITS.

In a carefully planned and controlled process, the empty building will be disassembled and broken down from the inside out over the next two months.

Constructed in the early 1980s, the building’s structure is predominantly made up of concrete panels joined together with sealant. With the weight of a panel varying anywhere from 8.5 tons to 11 tons each panel will be individually investigated to determine the best approach for its removal. Picture6-(3).png
All reusable materials will be collected and recycled following demolition.

Camden and Campbelltown Hospital General Manager Grant Isedale said the new northern entrance would offer convenience and greater accessibility for the community.

For more information contact the Hospital Redevelopment Team on 4634 4994 or email