Harden


Corner of Lucan and Scott Streets, Harden

In September 2017, it was announced that construction of the NSW Ambulance station at Harden was complete.

NSW Ambulance will now begin the carefully planned fit out and commissioning process of the station.

This is before a staged roll-out of services which will ensure the ongoing delivery of high-quality emergency care during the transition.

Designed with input from local paramedics, the station will enable NSW Ambulance to meet the mobile emergency care needs of Harden and surrounds for years to come.

The NSW Government is investing in purpose-built and modern NSW Ambulance stations to help support the clinical capability of our highly-trained paramedics.

The station is expected to become fully operational in 2018.

The RAIR program currently includes 22 locations across the state that will benefit from an upgraded, rebuilt or entirely new ambulance station including the completed station at Wagga Wagga.

The RAIR program represents the biggest regional and rural transformation of NSW Ambulance infrastructure in the organisation’s history.

The Harden NSW Ambulance station includes:

  • Parking bays for up to three ambulance vehicles to ensure our infrastructure is ready to meet projected patient demand increases over the next decade and beyond
  • Administration, office area and amenities
  • On site staff parking
  • Relief accommodation for paramedics
  • A logistics and storage area.

The RAIR Program

NSW Ambulance is improving infrastructure across regional and rural areas to ensure we continue to enhance the high quality emergency medical care delivered to your community now and into the future.

The NSW Government’s $122 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program currently includes 22 locations across the state that will benefit from an upgraded, rebuilt or entirely new ambulance station.

We receive a Triple Zero (000) call every 28 seconds on average, with demand on resources expected to change as our population shifts and ages. In response we are embarking on the biggest regional and rural transformation of infrastructure and service delivery models in our history.

Designed with input from local NSW Ambulance staff, the purpose-built infrastructure will deliver a better working environment for paramedics that is tailored to the needs of your community. The stations will include accompanying administration support as well as educational, fleet and relief accommodation where needed.

We are enabling our paramedics to meet the mobile emergency care needs of rural and regional communities for years to come.