Matilda Health Care Expands its Footprint with Opening of Matilda Nepean Hospital

The 90-bed state-of-the-art private hospital has opened its doors to the Western Sydney community.

Matilda Nepean, the newest location in Matilda Health Care’s footprint, has opened its doors to the Penrith community and received its first patients.  

Located in Kingswood’s health and education precinct, the $44 million development gives private and public patients seamless access to clinicians across multiple world-class facilities, with specialist care services including mental health, ambulatory care, rehabilitation, hydrotherapy, geriatrics and palliative care. 

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Team Taylor joined special guests for the formal opening of the healthcare facility, including Melissa McIntosh MP, Member for Lindsay and the Hon Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith.  

Dr Harry Pannu, Managing Director of Matilda Health Care said Matilda Nepean will play a vital role in meeting Western Sydney’s evolving health needs. 

“With mental health conditions rising and the population of older Western Sydney residents set to grow 166 per cent by 2036, there is clear demand for centrally-located, high quality treatment options. Our doctor-led, doctor-owned approach means the highest quality of care is embedded into every aspect of the patient journey, from our inpatient therapy sessions and day programs to the hospital’s boutique, hotel-like setting. 

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George Bardas, Chief Executive Officer of Taylor, said,

Working in partnership with Matilda Health Care on this groundbreaking health sector project is incredibly rewarding for our Taylor project team.  


Patients will enjoy a five-star quality of care – we congratulate the team at Matilda Health Care and Australian Unity’s Healthcare Property Trust for this important contribution to the Western Sydney community.