Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children joins Hunter surgeons in new medical centre

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children joins Hunter surgeons in new medical centre

LANDMARK: The Broadmeadow medical centre will feature a bold Aboriginal design by Newcastle artist Saretta Fielding.

A group of five Hunter surgeons and the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children will move into a new $5 million medical centre at Broadmeadow.

Newcastle City Council has approved plans from Hunter ENT, a team of ear, nose and throat specialists now based at Newcastle Private Hospital, for the four-storey, Aboriginal-themed building at the Nineways.

Renders of the building show it will have a bold Aboriginal exterior design by Newcastle indigenous artist Saretta Fielding.

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