Health Infrastructure is working with Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Health Service to deliver the second stage of a $321 million redevelopment which will deliver a state-of-the-art hospital designed to provide the best possible health care to the local community. 

This redevelopment is about providing a better experience for patients, carers, staff and visitors to Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital in a purpose-built facility that meets the needs of the community well into the future.


Stage 1 of the redevelopment - a $121 million investment - is complete. It delivered the new clinical and support services facility named the STAR (Surgery, Theatres, Anaesthetics and Recovery) building.

It includes eight new operating theatres, a central sterilising service, surgical in-patient units, pathology services, kitchens and improved health information services.

In 2015, the NSW Government committed $200 million towards Stage 2 of the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital Redevelopment.The Stage 2 Redevelopment will deliver a new facility that includes a refurbished and expanded Emergency Department and a new multi-storey Clinical Services Building.

The Clinical Services Building will accommodate a combined Intensive Care and High Dependency Unit, combined Respiratory/Cardiac and Coronary Care beds collocated with a Cardiac Investigations Unit, Ambulatory Care Centre, Medical Imaging, Paediatrics, Medical Assessment Unit, Transit Lounge, Inpatient Units (including general medicine, stroke and dementia/delirium beds), collocated education space with the University of Sydney and retail space. ​

Early works commenced in late 2017 and main construction works are scheduled to begin in the coming months, following planning approval.​

Separate to the Stage 2 work, construction is underway on a new multi-storey car park. Construction is scheduled for completion in late 2018.​