Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) delivers health care to more than a million people living in the state’s fastest growing region, and is home to several centres of clinical expertise including the National Pancreas Transplant Unit, the NSW Trauma Centre and the NSW Brain Injury Unit. We combine world-class clinical and research facilities with a commitment to compassionate, professional care.
WSLHD includes five major hospitals - Westmead, Blacktown, Cumberland, Mount Druitt and Auburn - and more than 800 specialist clinics and services. We employ more than 14,000 people.
We provide public health care to 120 suburbs in the Parramatta City, Blacktown City, Hills Shire and Cumberland local government areas, spanning 780 square kilometres. Our catchment is a rich tapestry of culture, people and beliefs.
WSLHD is home to NSW Health's largest infrastructure spend, with $2 billion being invested in projects including the Westmead Precinct and Blacktown and Mount Druitt hospitals.
We have an enviable record in medical research, innovation and education that will only be enhanced by these redevelopments. Our future has never looked brighter.