In November 2017, a new ambulance station was announced to be constructed at the Wyong Hospital campus at Hamlyn Terrace.
In addition to the existing Wyong ambulance station, a second $4.9 million ambulance station will be constructed in Wyong’s north as part of the Wyong Hospital campus.
The planning approvals process will start soon. This involves planning approval and tender for the construction of the new facility.
Consultation with local paramedics has provided key insights and is helping to develop this fit for purpose infrastructure for paramedics to serve their local community.
NSW Ambulance Deputy Director Operations Sean Kearns said the delivery of a second station at Wyong and a new facility at Toukley would deliver a better working environment for paramedics, tailored to the needs of local communities.
“These brand new, fit for purpose stations will better support the needs of our hardworking local paramedics in delivering high quality emergency medical care to local residents now and into the future,” Mr Kearns said.
Read the latest updates about the project.