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NEW AMBULANCE SUPERSTATION FOR SYDNEY
发布时间:2020年9月3日 浏览次数:456次

Central Sydney will get a new Ambulance Superstation as part of the NSW Government¡¯s record $184 million infrastructure investment in stations across Sydney.
 


Premier Gladys Berejiklian today unveiled the plans for the Central Sydney Ambulance Station, announcing the state-of-the-art building will be at the site of the former Coroners Court of NSW at Glebe.
 


¡°For the first time in more than 15 years, Sydney is benefiting from modern, purpose-built ambulance stations, with nine already completed as part of the Sydney Ambulance Metropolitan Infrastructure Strategy program,¡± Ms Berejiklian said.
 


¡°Continuing our record investment in health infrastructure is a central component of the NSW Government¡¯s COVID-19 Recovery Plan.¡±
 


Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the new Central Superstation is another step forward in the transformation of Sydney¡¯s ambulance service.


 
¡°This will be a Superstation home base like no other and will enable paramedics to improve response times and continue providing high-quality care to the community.¡± Mr Hazzard said.


 
Commissioner of NSW Ambulance, Dr Dominic Morgan ASM said it is the final of 11 ambulance stations to be built as part of the paramedic response network.


 
¡°Our paramedics do a fantastic job servicing their local communities from state-of-the-art infrastructure and I expect the new central Sydney station to continue our distinguished tradition of excellence in care for local communities,¡± Dr Morgan said. 


 
Nine new ambulance superstations have already been built and construction of a new superstation at Randwick and a new ambulance station at Mona Vale are underway.


The $184 million investment in metropolitan ambulance infrastructure is part of more than $10 billion invested in health capital works by the NSW Government since 2011, with a further $10.1 billion committed in this term of government. 


The NSW Government has invested more than $1 billion in NSW Ambulance during 2019-20, including $27.1 million to employ 221 paramedics and call centre staff from a total 750 over this term.


 

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