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The Sydney Hospital and Sydney Eye Hospital is known for its legacy in medical and nursing technology for years of breakthrough service. Sydney Hospital and Sydney Eye Hospital, the Australia’s oldest hospital was founded in the First Fleet in 1788. The hospital’s current location in the Central Pavillion along the Macquarie Street was since 1811. Governor Macquarie’s ‘Rum Hospital’ is composed of three sandstone structures. The North Wing had now become the Parliament House and the South Wing had now become The Mint Museum. The restoration of the old Rum Hospital was finally finished in 1984. The Sydney Eye Hospital began in 1882 at Miller’s Point and relocated at the Woolloomooloo in 1922. In the year 1996, the new Clinical Building was fully finished yet preserving its original architectural style. And it was finally open on October 30, 1996.

The Sydney Hospital consists of 113 inpatient beds. It offers the best health care service in the state. They expert in providing services especially on general medicine, eye care or ophthalmology, sexual health, hand surgery and drug and alcohol rehabilitation. The Sydney Hospital and Sydney Eye hospital is the home of best health specialists which draws patients all of the New South Wales.

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