We are committed to working with the community to plan, design and deliver the John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct.
This includes partnering with users to seek input and feedback on how we deliver their health service. By integrating the experiences of users into the project, we can deliver a health precinct which responds to their needs.
The John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct has established a Stakeholder Consultative Committee to ensure the project hears directly from, and works in partnership with, key stakeholders to deliver a health facility which meets the needs of the communities it serves.
The aim of the Stakeholder Consultative Committee is to provide a collaborative and meaningful pathway for consulting and working with key stakeholders throughout the life cycle of the project.
The Committee consists of a broad range of representatives including consumers, patients, carers, Aboriginal Australians and culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
To learn more about the Stakeholder Consultative Committee or to register your interest in becoming a representative, please send your name and email address to HI-JHHIP@health.nsw.gov.au.
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