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Lake Cathie Ambulance Station boosting emergency services in the Mid North Coast

The Lake Cathie Ambulance Station was officially opened today, enhancing frontline emergency care across the Mid North Coast.  

The development is part of the NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program, the largest investment in regional NSW Ambulance in its almost 130 year history.  

Parliamentary Secretary Dr Michael Holland joined NSW Ambulance paramedics, local families, and community members to celebrate the milestone. 

The ambulance station will support communities in the Lake Cathie, Bonny Hills and surrounding areas and provide paramedics with modern facilities and equipment to continue to provide high quality emergency care now and into the future.  

It features internal parking for four emergency vehicles, accommodation for paramedics, a vehicle wash bay and various staff and logistical areas. It will provide a comfortable working environment for paramedics that is tailored to the needs of the community.  

The site for the new station was chosen using demand modelling software that analyses Triple Zero call locations, ensuring strategic placement.  

As part of the RAIR program, a total of 54 new or upgraded ambulance stations are being delivered across NSW. 
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