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In 2013, Liverpool Hospital celebrated 200 years of continuous service to the community and was awarded the Mayoral Macquarie Award by Liverpool City Council in recognition of its service.

Having likely started as a tent hospital in the 1790s, Liverpool Hospital was established in a brick building on the banks of the Georges River in 1813, where it was run as a hospital for soldiers and convicts.

Following the completion of the Hospital's $390 million redevelopment, it is the largest Hospital and tertiary referral centre in NSW and one of the leading trauma centres in Australia.

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