Caringbah Paramedic Response Network

caringbah_artist_impression_edit_4.jpgArtists Impression of the new Caringbah Superstation

The Caringbah NSW Ambulance superstation will sit at the heart of the Caringbah Paramedic Response Network cluster and will be where paramedics start and end their shift from.

Local clusters will be composed of a superstation, existing ambulance stations and smaller, standby stations called Paramedic Response Points.

As NSW Ambulance is a mobile workforce that usually sees metropolitan paramedics respond from one patient to the next, the Paramedic Response Points will serve as a location from which paramedics can also respond throughout their shift.

This new operating model will ensure NSW Ambulance paramedics are strategically placed to meet the emergency medical needs of metropolitan Sydney communities now and into the future.

Caringbah Superstation

Located on the existing ambulance station site at 106 Kareena Road, the Caringbah Superstation is a major investment in local paramedic services, supporting patients in the Caringbah community and surrounding area.

The new Caringbah superstation includes:

  • parking bays for up to 10 emergency ambulance vehicles,
  • capacity for an emergency operations centre to respond to major emergencies,
  • administration, office areas and amenities,
  • on site staff parking,
  • a logistics and storage area, purpose-built medication room and,
  • an external wash bay.

Construction has been completed and the Caringbah superstation commenced operations in 2018.


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