Today marked the completion of construction on the new Kogarah NSW ambulance superstation.
Located at 1-9 Rocky Point Road, the Kogarah superstation is a major investment in local ambulance services, designed to support patients in the Kogarah community and the surrounding area. The new superstation will have parking bays for up to 14 ambulance vehicles.
Now that construction on the station has been completed, it will take several months for operational commissioning to take place before the station can become fully operational for staff, to ensure that NSW Ambulance service can continue interrupted service to the local community.
The NSW Government is investing in purpose-built and modern ambulance stations to help our highly trained paramedics be in the right place, at the right time.
Construction is progressing on the other priority sites at Bankstown, Blacktown, Liverpool, Penrith and Northmead and are due for completion in 2017. Superstations will also be built at Artarmon and Caringbah. Further superstations will be developed as the five-year program rolls out.