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South East Regional Hospital

The South East Regional Hospital is a joint initiative of the Australian and NSW Government’s under the Health and Hospitals Fund with the Australian Government providing $160.1 million and $26.9 million provided by the NSW Government.

This project provides residents of the Bega Valley Shire with access to a wider range of health care services.

The South East Regional Hospital is a state-of-the-art hospital which provides a wide range of services and treatment for Bega Valley residents so they no longer have to travel out of the area to get their health care.

Major service enhancements includes:

  • An expanded emergency department including an emergency medical unit;
  • An expanded intensive care / critical care service
  • Additional medical and surgical beds
  • A new and dedicated rehabilitation service
  • Dedicated palliative care beds
  • An expanded mental health service
  • Expanded medical oncology unit
  • Expanded renal dialysis unit
  • An upgraded maternity and neonatal unit
  • An upgraded paediatric unit
  • Expansion of primary and community health care and ambulatory services.

 

Additional operating theatres and a dedicated procedure room give a much needed boost to surgical capacity in the Bega Valley.

 

 

 

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