Bathurst Integrated Medical Centre
A new state of the art Integrated Medical Centre, including a private hospital, proposed for the Bathurst Region.
Bathurst Integrated Medical Centre (BIMC) and Zauner Construction are proposing the development of the new state of the art Bathurst Integrated Medical Centre.
The proposed development is a six level “one stop” integrated Medical Centre precinct on the currently unoccupied Clancy Ford site at 250 - 252 Howick Street, and an adjoining five level car park on the existing George Street site. The car parking available will increase from approximately 330 spaces to as many as 950 cars, hugely benefitting the Bathurst community and the many surrounding CBD businesses.
The Bathurst Integrated Medical Centre will be a privately funded project of approximately $70 million, creating a significant economic jobs boost during construction and beyond. The building when finished is designed to include facilities such as:
- Private Hospital
- Women’s Health
- General Practices
- Specialist Practices
- Medical Training
- Other Allied Health
The BIMC team and the Bathurst RSL are also pleased to announce their strong support of the new car park proposed for Bathurst Regional Council, constructed with a joint contribution of up to $8.4 million to kick start the funding for the Council owned car park.
Garry Zauner of Zauner Construction said “We have built similar 6 level integrated Medical Centre’s in the CBD of Albury and the medical precinct of Bloomfield Orange. They have both been highly successful and received enormous support from the medical professionals and the local communities they serve.” He added “the Bathurst Integrated Medical Centre will contribute strongly to the availability of health services in Bathurst and the wider community and bring a strong positive impact to Bathurst as we have experienced in Albury and Orange”.
BIMC and Zauner Construction have enjoyed a strong and collaborative relationship with Bathurst Regional Council on the proposed development.
More information on the project can be found on the Bathurst Regional Council Your Say portal.