Concord Repatriation General Hospital is a major hospital located 15 kms west of Sydney Central Business District centrally located in Inner West Sydney. The Hospital is surrounded by parkland, situated on the Parramatta River with views extending to the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the eastern side and the Olympic Site & Blue Mountains to the west; and well serviced by public transport (buses, trains, ferry);
CRGH has an established reputation for excellence and offers a comprehensive range of specialty and sub-specialty services, many of which are recognised nationally and internationally. The Hospital also provides a state-wide service for the treatment and management of severe burns injuries.
Concord Redevelopment 2018 ($341m investment)
Concord Repatriation Hospital is a 550 bed principal referral hospital in Sydney Local Health District & a Teaching Hospital of the University of Sydney. This will increase to 850 beds, under the redevelopment plan announced in June 2017, with the additional 300 beds being built in ambulatory care departments and interventional services. The new building works will start in 2018, and marks a $341 million investment in the hospital by the NSW Government.
Staff Development and Benefits
CRGH has a local development program for Nursing staff in ED to ensure that they are supported in achieving competency in triage, resuscitation, Advanced Nurse Practice role & and Team Leader role.
We encourage flexible rostering, preceptorship and mentorship programs and have a comprehensive program of continuing education and professional development.
We are committed to encouraging innovation and nurses are actively involved in clinical research.
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