Member for Bathurst Paul Toole visited the Rylstone MPS redevelopment project to inspect progress of the HealthOne extension.
Mr Toole said,” The Rylstone Multipurpose Service (MPS) upgrade is part of the NSW Government's $300 million program to provide improved access to health and aged care services in rural communities.’
“It is wonderful to see that these works, which involve the extension to the RAC recreation area, is nearing completion. It is also great to see the progress on the rebuild of the staff accommodation building which will see extensions and refurbishments to several areas of the MPS, including new Residential Aged Care (RAC) rooms, dining area, and staff accommodation, as well as refurbished acute rooms and improvements to HealthOne.”
“This is a facility which will be of tremendous benefit to the community and the delivery of acute care, residential aged care services, respite care, palliative care and integrated primary and community health services.” Mr Toole said.
“I look forward to the completion of this project and the incredible improvements in the modern and much needed facilities and infrastructure through which the delivery of health services are provided to the Rylstone community.”