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Central Sydney Ambulance Station officially opened

The Central Sydney Ambulance station, one of the largest ambulance stations in NSW has been officially opened, providing enhanced mobile emergency care.

Located in Forest Lodge, the ambulance station has been delivered as part of the $202 million Sydney Ambulance Metropolitan Infrastructure Strategy and is located close to Sydney’s CBD.
The purpose-built facility can accommodate more than 200 staff, 30 ambulance vehicles as well as space for three motorcycle rapid response units and will significantly enhance the growing network of ambulance stations being delivered across the state.
The Central Sydney Ambulance Station includes:
  • 30 parking bays for ambulance vehicles and five parking bays for motorcycle rapid response units
  • Rapid roller door allowing crews to get on the road faster
  • Administration, office areas and training rooms.
  • Gym room, showers, changerooms and rest area to promote the wellbeing of our emergency workers
  • Rooftop solar panels along with uninterrupted power supply batteries.  
Central Sydney Ambulance Station is a vital hub in a network of hundreds of stations right across NSW, and the new station will support paramedics to provide the best emergency care now and into the future.
Under the SAMIS program 12 ambulance stations have been built across Sydney including Bankstown, Blacktown, Kogarah, Liverpool, Penrith, Northmead, Artarmon, Caringbah, Haberfield, Randwick, Mona Vale.
The program also included seven Paramedic Response Points completed at Kellyville, Mortdale, Cecil Hills, Quakers Hill, Roselands, Leppington and Holroyd.  
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