Monday 1 November 2021
Sydney CBD is one step closer to a new state-of-the-art ambulance facility on its doorstep with commencement of construction under way at the Central Sydney Ambulance Station, part of the $184 million Sydney Ambulance Metropolitan Infrastructure Strategy.
The modern facility will have 30 ambulance bays giving NSW Ambulance paramedics the space they need to work, and grow to meet future need.
Located on the site of the former Coroners Court of NSW, construction on the new station will be carried out by builder Kane Constructions, and is expected to be complete in 2023.
Ten new ambulance superstations and one ambulance station have already been built as part of the $184 million Sydney Ambulance Metropolitan Infrastructure Strategy program.
The NSW Government is investing $1.4 billion in NSW Ambulance during 2021-22, including over 50 new or upgraded ambulance stations already delivered or being delivered across rural and regional NSW.
For further information, visit the SAMIS project website.
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Pictured above (from left): Health Infrastructure Executive Director, Western Region Bruno Zinghini; NSW Ambulance representative, NSW Ambulance Commissioner Dominic Morgan, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet; Minister for Health & Medical Research Brad Hazzard and a NSW Ambulance representative.