Campbelltown Private Hospital has completed a $13.5 million redevelopment — the third expansion since it opened in 2007.

The redevelopment included two new operating theatres, a day surgery ward, surgical ward, sterilisation unit, kitchen, elevator and reception facilities.

Hospital general manager Christine Profitt said residents in south west Sydney would benefit from the expansion.

‘‘Having expanded surgical facilities in Sydney’s South West helps to reduce waiting times for patients which can often be problematic,’’ she said.

‘‘Over the past four years, admissions at Campbelltown Private Hospital have grown by over 80 per cent.

‘‘This is in line with the massive increase in population in the greater Macathur area as well as the increasing age of the Australian population.

‘‘This growth has also seen an increase in the number of high quality specialists becoming attracted to establishing their practice and operating in the local area.’’

Since opening, the hospital has doubled it’s amount of theatres, almost doubled it’s amount of beds and more than tripled the amount of medical specialists who make use of the facility.

‘‘When Campbelltown Private Hospital first opened in 2007, we had four theatres , 43 beds and just 30 medical specialists using the facilities,’’ she said.

‘‘In just eight years, this has grown to eight theatres, 82 beds and a full day surgery with over 100 specialists.

‘‘Our surgical facilities and the breadth of specialist care and services has also broadened extensively to now include technology not available anywhere else in NSW that attracts high end specialisations such as neurosurgery.’’

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