Residents invited to Cowra Hospital redevelopment information sessions

Cowra Health Service Manager Pauline Rowston with Member for Cootamundra, Steph Cooke. Photo supplied.
Cowra Health Service Manager Pauline Rowston with Member for Cootamundra, Steph Cooke. Photo supplied.

The Cowra community is invited to attend information sessions to learn more about planning for the $70.2 million Cowra Hospital Redevelopment.

The community information sessions will be hosted online, with a drop-in face-to face session also planned, pending COVID-19 health restrictions.

The following sessions will be held on:

  • Tuesday, October 12 from 5pm to 6pm - Online Webinar (booking required)
  • Wednesday, October 13 from 9:30am to 11:30am - Drop-in Information Session, Public Meeting Room, Cowra Council Chambers
  • Thursday, October 14 from 5pm to 6pm - Online Webinar (booking required)

Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Health and Member for Cootamundra, Steph Cooke, said the information sessions would provide an opportunity to hear directly from the project team and learn more about the planning for the redevelopment.

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"Building a hospital of this size requires significant planning and these sessions will be a great opportunity for people in the community to get an understanding of the project," Ms Cooke said.

"All members of the community are welcome to attend the information sessions and we encourage the community to ask questions about the contemporary health infrastructure and services planned for the region."

The sessions will be hosted online with a drop in session for residents who would prefer face-to face interaction.

The drop in session will require everyone to adhere to the public health orders at the time which may include checking in, hand sanitising, face mask wearing and social distancing.

To book into the online webinar please phone or email the Cowra Hospital Redevelopment Project Team on 9978 5432 or HI-Cowra@health.nsw.gov.au

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