South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD)
South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) has forged ahead to drive innovative research and collaboration to improve the delivery of healthcare.
With our population projected to grow to more than one million residents in 2021, the District recognises that health research is critical to our goal of a healthier population in south western Sydney.
Research leadership in SWSLHD has grown from the teaching hospitals of Liverpool, Campbelltown and Bankstown-Lidcombe. It has gained considerable momentum through collaboration with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, South West Sydney Research and a number of universities, and the commitment of local clinicians and communities.
Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research
The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research is a not-for-profit medical research organisation for Sydney’s South West that undertakes medical research that specifically addresses, and can be applied to, the needs of the local population and wider Australia.
The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research comprises a state of the art research precinct located at Liverpool Hospital consisting of a Research Building, a Clinical Skills & Simulation Centre and a Research Bunker containing the MRI-Linac, a unique cancer therapy technology that will be an Australian-first.
With a unique collaboration between the South Western Sydney Local Health District, Western Sydney University and UNSW Australia, our purpose is to improve health through community-driven medical research.