The recent Health Innovation Precincts National Conference delivered by The Sydney Business Chamber – Western Sydney and the Liverpool Innovation Precinct Partners showcased Liverpool as a leader in innovation.
The conference explored the vast employment and educational opportunities created by health innovation precincts and highlighted the potential of Liverpool’s own Innovation Precinct, which includes Liverpool Hospital, the Inglis Institute for Applied Medical Research, Southwest Private Hospital, TAFE NSW, research centres, three major university campuses, and more than 700 health and wellbeing businesses. The NSW Government has committed $740 million to transform Liverpool hospital and the new hospital has the potential to double the number of jobs in health and education to 30,000 by 2026.
“There is a lot of confidence in Liverpool’s future as an ideal place to live, work and learn”, Wendy Waller – Liverpool Mayor
Original article: Liverpool Leader, 21 November 2018 (page 20)
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