Liverpool: an engine for innovation, health and jobs

There are big changes set for Liverpool with South Western Sydney Local Health District partnering with the Sydney Business Chamber and Liverpool City Council to develop our area into a buzzing Health and Education Precinct.  The vision is to reimagine world class health, education and innovation in Liverpool, putting collaboration at the core.

The future precinct will increase the potential for health, education and research investment around Liverpool Hospital and create a new health hub which will bring true benefits for the local community. This includes, the redevelopment of Liverpool Hospital, improvements to urban planning and public amenities, creation of more jobs, and new investment and partnership opportunities between government, universities, research institutes and the private sector.

Ms Lucy Turnbull AO, Chief Commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission launched Reimagining the Liverpool Health, Education, Research and Innovation Precinct, a report which sets the blueprint for the future health needs for the people of the south west.  
The vision is a collaboration of key partners coming together and recognising the incredible work that already happens in our area.

Co-chaired by SWSLHD, Liverpool City Council and the Sydney Business Chamber, the committee responsible for the report includes Liverpool City Council, Health Infrastructure, SWS Primary Health Network, Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, Liverpool Hospital, South West Sydney TAFE, University of Wollongong, Western Sydney University and University of New South Wales.

Watch the video of launch of the Liverpool Health and Education Precinct


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