1960 Anna Philbrook Center.
A Clinical School at Concord was opened in 1963.
The Volunteer Service was established in 1968 with only a handful of volunteers.
Until 1969, the North Wing of the Child Guidance Center served as an outpatient treatment facility for emotionally disturbed children.
In 1969, Doctor Philbrook's dream became a reality when the rest of the structure was completed as an inpatient unit and was named the Anna Philbrook Center.
By 1972, the hospital has expanded to become the Mount Diablo Hospital Medical Center and later expansion created the John Muir Medical Center.
A new Intensive Care Unit was opened in June 1976 located on the second floor of the multi storey building.
In consultation with the NSW Health Commission, a four bed Burns Unit was opened at the hospital on 23 May 1977, supported by the sophisticated facilities of the modern Intensive Care Unit.
Built in 1989, this building is state of the art in psychiatric care for New Hampshire's adult and elderly populations.
The window was installed on 13 May 1990.
On 1 July 1993, the Hospital transferred to the NSW State Health System and changed its name to Concord Repatriation General Hospital.
On 30 November 1994 the Duchess of York officially opened the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
1996 saw the opening of the Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway.
Other developments included the establishment of the NSW Institute of Sports Medicine and the designation of Concord Repatriation General Hospital as the Olympic Hospital for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
|Company Name||Founded Date||Revenue||Employee Size|
Catholic Medical Center1974
Portsmouth Regional Hospital-
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center1893
Frisbie Memorial Hospital1919
Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital1932
Speare Memorial Hospital1927
Rutland Regional Medical Center1896
Elliot Hospital Emergency Room1890
UVM Medical Center Dermatology1995