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New hospital car park

A new five level multi-storey car park is under construction within the hospital's current on-grade car park on Hospital Road. 

A graphic impression of the building design of a car park opposite hospital site
Artist impression of the car park design opposite Concord Hospital

The car park is being delivered as part of the $32.4 million car park project, part of a long-term strategy to improve the experience of visitors and staff at Concord Hospital, the project will improve access to healthcare services for the entire community. 

The new car park will provide more than 550 new spaces for hospital patients, staff and visitors. It will include 10 accessible spaces, lift access and provision for future EV charging stations. Security features will include CCTV and duress points on each level.

When complete, the new car park will increase parking capacity on the hospital campus to more than 2300 spaces. 

Main construction work began in 2023, and completion is expected in late 2024.

Sky view image of construction of a car park
Construction as at March 2024

We will keep staff, patients and community updated on any project impacts, including parking access changes. Thank you for your understanding and patience during the construction period and look forward to delivering this important project. 


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Concord Redevelopment stage 1

Concord Hospital’s new clinical services building opened in 2022 completing the NSW Government $341 million stage one redevelopment and marking a new era in healthcare for staff, patients and the community in Sydney’s inner-west.

Concord Hospital Redevelopment Aged Care entrance.
Rusty Priest Building

The eight storey Rusty Priest Building has 214 patient beds and houses a comprehensive cancer centre, an aged health and rehabilitation centre and The National Centre for Veterans' Healthcare.

The State Government announced the funding for the project in 2017 and main works construction began in 2019.

The building is named in honour of veteran and former NSW RSL President Godfrey Eugene "Rusty" Priest. At times a patient at Concord, Rusty was a strong supporter of the hospital and a champion for veterans’ health and wellbeing.