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BMDH Project Weekly Update Friday 14 October 2016 | No 195

Stage 2 is underway at

Mount Druitt and the locals

are going to be keeping a

VERY close eye on things!

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BMDH Project Weekly Update Blacktown Hospital | Friday 14 October 2016 | No 195

STAFF PARKING ONLY

EMBARK BUILDING & CRESTWOOD CENTRE

HOSPITAL

P2

Blacktown Hospital

P11

BUNGARRIBEE

WESTERN SYDNEY UNI

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Admin & Education

BLACKTOWN HOSPITAL

Theres work around

Embark to create the

new entry and exit.

Early works continue on

the Stage 2 site.

Work is progressing on

B47 refurb and B2Hub.

Sorry about the noise.

Demolition underway

on Panorama Parade.

Please stay on marked

paths and drive

carefully.

Tree works will be

taking place on Marcel

Crescent outside

community health -

please take care and

stay on marked paths.

Clinical services building

WiFi security system

testing continues.

NEXT

Temporary road

changes are on the way.

Changes will occur in

two stages. Please print

and share the attached

site alert and advise

patients that the cancer

centre entry is available

for drop-off and pick-up.

Remember to drive

carefully, walk on

marked paths and

follow directions from

site staff.

Renal

HOSPITAL

P10 now

24/7 staff

parking

DIARY 16 - 18 October Pastoral Care Week

Tuesday 25 October 2016 at 11.15am

WSLHD Annual Public Meeting at

Bowman Hall, Blacktown. All

welcome.

Thursday 27 and Friday 28 October

2016, NSW Health Innovation

Symposium and Health Awards

Late 2016 - work starts on new

Community Dialysis Centre and

expanded Drug & Alcohol unit at

Mount Druitt - more on this soon!

STAGE 2 CONSTRUCTION

SITE

P12

P1 main car park

Top level Upper 5 opens at 12.30 pm for afternoon staff and visitor parking

Blacktown Rd westbound only

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Works start in

this area late

October

Roads and

access

changing

temporarily

follow signs

and directions

Take extra care

Site shed deliveries in this area

Road closed 22-23 October

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BMDH Project Weekly Update Mount Druitt Hospital | Friday 14 October 2016 | No 195

Construction starting

soon in these areas

BMDH Project is headed back to

Mount Druitt Hospital with work

about to start on Stage 2

expansion. Internal refurbishment

for MRI, theatres and

pre-admission clinic starts next

year. You can follow our progress

on social media.

NOW

Work starts soon around child

care for the new community

dialysis centre.

Work starts soon around New

Beginnings for the drug health

facility expansion.

Builders compound is also being

set up on site.

Please remember to drive

carefully, stay on marked paths

and follow instructions from site

staff.

Whats in Stage 2 at Mount Druitt Hospital?

A new community dialysis centre with dedicated parking

New MRI unit on level 2

New Recovery addition on level 2

New single-storey Drug Health expansion

New pre-admission clinics

Projects completed 2017

Back to Mount Druitt

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BMDH Project Weekly Update Friday 14 October 2016 | No 195

MOUNT DRUITT WORKS SET TO START: BMDH Project is on the way back to

Mount Druitt with work starting shortly on the new community dialysis centre

and other expansion.

Our first job is to relocate the existing child care centre play equipment to a new,

improved play area so we can begin the community dialysis centre.

Theres no way wed start before wed consulted the locals so this week David

from our project team met with centre staff, parents and kids to talk about the

plans, and the need to relocate their play equipment. Parents were keen for the

kids to stay involved, so weve got some ideas up our hi-vis sleeves to share soon.

The new renal centre will provide much-needed local dialysis faciltiies for the

community and treatment closer to home for local patients.

CHILDS PLAY

BIG PLANS: Budding

architect Josh from Mount

Druitt Hospital child care

centre works on his ideas for

the new buildings. Hes

pictured here with centre

manager Amy, project officer

David and mum Tanya. Our

architects had better watch

out!

Front cover: Josh, Tanya, Amy

and Louella check out the

construction site.

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BMDH Project Weekly Update Friday 14 October 2016 | No 195

GUEST RELATIONS: Lovely to welcome visitors from Hong

Kong University this week.

The group is one of an increasing number of overseas

visitors keen to see how our clinical services building design

is improving the experience of hospital.

STRIKE UP THE BAND: Thanks to Northmead Public School for playing in the Gathering Place this week. It

was great to hear Hospital Street full of music. Contact vollie coordinator Janice if you know of a group or

school who would like to donate their time to perform for us.

ON THE CASE

BIG BAND TIME

HONG KONG VISITORS

BOOK EM: Thanks to Watts Commercial Furniture

director Brian Smith who donated a bookshelf for the

Rehab Dining & Activity Room this week. He's pictured here

with staff members Wassii, Annamma, Deb, Casey, and

Victoriana. Now for the fun bit... choosing books! Thanks,

Brian and the Watts team!

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BMDH Project Weekly Update Friday 14 October 2016 | No 195

WORLD THROMBOSIS DAY

BIG COMMITMENT: Being a volunteer is a big

commitment for people and we really appreicate all the

work our vollies do, but this week they really went above

and beyond.

Above, while our new recruits were completing their

training, one of our dedicated vollies (below, who shall

remain nameless) willingingly jumped into the Blood Clot

costume to promote World Thrombosis Day. What a gem.

WELL TRAINED

STOP THE CLOTS: Thanks to Sonia and the team for

organising a great event to promote World Thrombosis Day.

From left, Mat and Bec from Medtronic with VTE champion

Sonia at the awareness display this week.

One in four people worldwIde die of thrombosis-related

causes. If you want more info about preventing blood clots,

go to worldthrombosisday.org

FIRST PALL CARE VOLLIES

HEALING HANDS: This week we also welcomed our first

palliative care volunteers. Twenty people joined staff for

training this week as part of a new area-wide palliative care

volunteer program. The volunteers will start at Mount

Druitts pallitive care unit before moving out to other wards

and then into the community. Welcome to our first intake,

who were learning how to give a relaxing han