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Mudgee Hospital Redevelopment

The $70.2 million Mudgee Hospital Redevelopment is an exciting project that will provide a major upgrade to the health service’s ageing infrastructure. 

Project benefits:

  • A modern upgrade to the existing health service.
  • More contemporary facilities and integrated models of health care.
  • The upgraded Mudgee Health Service will continue to be a health services hub for people living in the Mid-Western Regional Local Government Area, and meet their health service needs through to 2027. 

Where are we up to? 

The Mudgee Hospital Redevelopment project is in the early stages of a detailed planning process, with the Master Plan for the redevelopment to be released shortly. 


If you would like to learn more about ‘How to Build a Hospital’, please watch this informative video​.
A community meeting updating on the redevelopment process to date was held in August 2017 – view the presentation here

Project branding:

We are pleased to present the project branding for the Mudgee Hospital Redevelopment. 

This branding includes the project logo, as well as colours, imagery, key words and taglines that are unique for the redevelopment project. The purpose of the branding is to help stakeholders identify with the redevelopment and raise its profile.  

The branding was developed by a working group of Mudgee Health Service staff and members from the redevelopment project team.  

The logo that was developed features the surrounding hills, local grapes, sunsets and the tagline of 'Growing healthy communities' which is a key goal for the redevelopment and the Mudgee Health Service.  

For more information on the project branding please click here for the Project Branding poster - this will also be displayed at the entrance to the Mudgee Health Service.  

We hope the branding has captured the vibrancy of Mudgee, and the enthusiasm for the redevelopment project.



Please click here for the Frequently Asked Questions (August 2017) on the redevelopment .

 News and events:

Project newsletters:

Keep in touch: 

As the project progresses, updates will be provided via project newsletters, announcements in the local media, the Western NSW Local Health District website and through information sessions. Project board have also been placed near the facility’s main entrance.
For more information please contact the project team via email: