The purpose-built ambulance station was designed with input from paramedics and specifically tailored to meet the emergency health needs of the community.
The Spenser Street facility, which became operational in March this year, has significantly enhanced access to mobile emergency health care across the region.
The station includes parking for up to four emergency ambulance vehicles, staff amenities, relief accommodation and storage areas among other important features. It is one of 63 ambulance stations across NSW that are operating with photovoltaic solar energy systems.
The Iluka Ambulance Station was delivered as part of the NSW Government’s Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program. The program has delivered 39 new or upgraded ambulance stations to date, with a further 15 projects underway.