Construction complete at Medowie Ambulance Station

Construction of Medowie’s first ambulance station is complete and local paramedics will soon be handed the keys to the new state-of-the-art station.
The new purpose-built station on Ferodale Road was delivered as part of the NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program.
Medowie’s first ambulance station will provide local paramedics with a high-quality base and the latest facilities and equipment to meet the current and future emergency care needs of the growing Medowie community.
The Medowie Ambulance Station includes internal parking for up to six emergency ambulance vehicles, staff rest facilities, administration and office areas, logistics and storage areas, an internal wash bay and staff parking.
With construction for the new station now complete, NSW Ambulance is undertaking operational commissioning activities, which includes testing systems and adding the finishing touches to the internal fit-out, ahead of the station becoming operational in coming weeks.
The NSW Government is committed to investing in rural and regional health infrastructure to support better health outcomes for local communities.
The new station follows recently completed refurbishments at Stockton, Bulahdelah and Tea Gardens stations. New stations have also been announced for Gateshead, Swansea and Branxton, significantly enhancing access to mobile emergency health care across the broader Hunter Region.
The $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration program (RAIR) is delivering 54 new or upgraded ambulance stations. It is the single largest investment in regional NSW Ambulance’s 127-year history.