Entering a new era with a second entrance coming to Campbelltown Hospital

Making way for the hospital’s new northern entrance, it’s time to say goodbye to a large portion of old building C.

Camden and Campbelltown Hospital General Manager Grant Isedale said the new second entry point would offer patients and the community convenient access to care and services.
“It will link directly into Hospital Street, the centre of the hospital, and help our patients and visitors find their way to the services they need.’’ - Grant Isedale 

Opened in June 1986, old building C was an important piece of local infrastructure and supported the delivery of health care to the community for more than 35 years. One of the four major buildings at Campbelltown Hospital, the construction of old building C was a major expansion at the time, increasing the hospital’s capacity by 75 per cent. Works to remove the hospital’s old building C are set to start in late May.

The construction of the second, northern entrance follows the completion of the new clinical services building, the centrepiece of the $632 million hospital redevelopment.
Old Building Block C, under construction in 1983
Old Buidling Block C, under construction in 1985
Old Building Block C, shortly after completion in 1985