4 April 2019
Communities in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs will welcome the news that a NSW Ambulance superstation is to be built in Randwick – right at the heart of the Randwick Paramedic Response Network.
Located on the corner of Darley Road and King Street, the superstation will be a significant improvement on the existing station, providing better facilities for paramedics and ensuring they are best equipped to deliver their critical services to the community.
The station’s close proximity to the TAFE campus will also create some exciting and innovative opportunities for collaboration and training of the next generation of emergency response personnel.
The station will be delivered by Health Infrastructure and NSW Ambulance, as part of the NSW Government’s $150 million Sydney Ambulance Metropolitan Infrastructure Reconfiguration Strategy (SAMIS).
It’s the biggest transformation of NSW Ambulance’s metropolitan infrastructure in the organisation’s history and has already delivered nine NSW Ambulance superstations at Artarmon, Caringbah, Haberfield, Northmead, Bankstown, Blacktown, Kogarah, Liverpool and Penrith.
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