About Blayney MPS

Early construction works will start soon.

Patterson Building Group will undertake early works, which will include the construction of a new car park on site in the coming weeks. 

There will be minimum impact on patients, staff and visitors, and there will be no loss of current car spaces while construction is underway.

The Osman Street northern exit will be closed for the work – entry and exit will be available through the southern access point at all times. There will be clear sign posting indicating any detours for car park entry and exit points, and hospital and HealthOne pedestrian access. 

Work will be undertaken during standard construction hours of Monday to Friday, 7.00am - 6.00pm and Saturdays 8.00am – 1.00pm.  

There will be some increased noise, dust and vibration for the duration of the works. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.

Above: Artist impression of the new facility

Healthcare and convenience - new artist impressions showcase a welcoming new facility for the Blayney community.

New artist impressions for the new Blayney Multipurpose Service (MPS) facility have been unveiled, showcasing the expanded health facilities designed to support recovery, well-being and compassionate care. The concept design provides the vision for the new health facility, which will centralise residential aged care, hospital, HealthOne and reception at the Osman Street site.  Read more

About the project

The Blayney Multipurpose Service (MPS) is undergoing a major redevelopment as part of the Multipurpose Service Program to deliver health facilities across smaller rural and remote communities.

The new MPS be built on the existing site on Osman Street, and will include zones for inpatient and other treatment areas, emergency, and enhanced residential aged care, as well as space for future expansion.

The project team will now work with staff, patients, carers and community to develop the detailed plans.

The project is currently in the planning stage. Construction is expected to start in 2023 and be completed in 2025.

The project will bring high quality health and aged care services closer to home, in a modern facility which can continue to meet local health care needs for years to come.

Above: Artist impression of the new facility

How we plan the project

Planning a new health facility takes time and careful consideration.

We start with the Local Health District's Clinical Services Plan, which defines the services needed for the community into the future.

A team including Health Infrastructure, Ministry of Health and Western NSW Local Health District work together with staff and consumer representatives to design a facility which is safe, welcoming, sustainable, good value for money, and can best meet the needs of the community into the future.

To see how we plan and deliver new health facilities, click here to watch the How to Build a Hospital video.