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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Community Information Session in Moruya For The New Eurobodalla Regional Hospital

The Eurobodalla community is being invited to attend an information and Q&A session at the Moruya RSL on Friday 18 March 2022 to learn more about the $260 million new Eurobodalla Regional Hospital.

The information session will be held:

Friday 18 March 2022

Moruya RSL Memorial Hall


Health Infrastructure Executive Director Rural and Regional, Amanda Bock said the session will provide an opportunity to hear directly from NSW Health about the new hospital development including the master plan, latest project designs and next steps.

“Ongoing engagement with clinicians, staff and the local community is shaping and informing planning for the new Eurobodalla Regional Hospital which will deliver high quality, modern and accessible health care services,” Ms Bock said.

“This information session with project representatives will provide a great opportunity for the community to learn more and ask questions about this significant project."

Ms Bock said throughout March and April, the project team is holding a number of community, neighbour and staff consultation events across the region as planning continues for the hospital.

“There are many opportunities for the local community to take part in consultation for this project and we encourage the local community to participate to help inform planning for the new hospital, prior to the formal lodgement of the State Significant Development Application,” Ms Bock said.

Health Infrastructure say that the new Eurobodalla Regional Hospital will feature the contemporary models of care, including improved Emergency Department capacity, specialist consultation rooms, an expansion of medical imaging including an MRI service, as well as other amenities including space for staff education and training.

"The new hospital will provide an overall increase in bed and service capacity than is currently provided at both the existing Moruya and Batemans Bay hospitals combined."

All community members are welcome to attend, and bookings can be made through EventBrite. at

For more information about the session please contact

For more information about the new Eurobodalla Regional Hospital development please visit the project website:

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