The Avenue Private Hospital
opens new Development
6 The Ramsay Way 2017 | 03
The Avenue Hospital officially
open its redevelopment and
expansion in August.
In an ambitious Australian-first, and possibly worldfirst
project, modules were shipped in in 37 parts and
craned in to create a three storey expansion. This is
the first time theatres have been built and delivered
this way; not only allowing for a huge time saving
benefit but the advantage of being able to build in a
small footprint residential area.
The expansion includes three new theatres, a new
day procedure unit with expanded waiting areas and
departure lounge, six new rooms, a new theatre tea
room, expanded male and female change rooms.
One of the new theatres is the first fully 4K theatre in
The expansion also houses an expanded CSSD, 21
bay recovery unit and expanded main reception.
The Northside Group
marked a major milestone
in the construction of
its new St Leonards
Clinic, with a topping out
ceremony in July.
The practice of "topping
out" a new building can
be traced to the ancient
rite of placing a tree
atop a new building to
appease the tree-dwelling
spirits displaced in its
Operations Executive Manager – Sydney Metro Hospitals Greg Brown, Deputy Chairman
Peter Evans, CEO & MD Craig McNally, Northside Group CEO Anne Mortimer, Medical
Director Peter Klug, National Development Manager Alex Belcastro and Ramsay Australia
CEO Danny Sims.
Deputy Chairman Peter Evans & hospital CEO
Samantha Dodd open the new expansion.
Main image: Crane lifting the final level into place.
Left: Final artist impression
Below L-R: New Main Reception & New Staff Dining Room.
‘Topping Out’ at the new Northside Group
St Leonards Clinic
Architect’s impression of the new Northside Clinic to be opened in a new location in 2018.