Work underway On Glen Innes Ambulance Station

Two significant health projects for the Glen Innes community have moved a step forward today after the appointment of a contractor for the Glen Innes Hospital redevelopment enabling works and new co-located ambulance station.
The NSW Government is investing $50 million to modernise health services and facilities for patients, staff and the Glen Innes community, as well as delivering a new ambulance station on the same site as part of the $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration program.
Hutchinson Builders have been engaged as the builders to complete the construction of the new ambulance station on the corner of West Avenue and Taylor Street and enabling works for the major hospital redevelopment.
Co-located on the hospital campus, the new Glen Innes Ambulance Station will feature internal parking for up to six emergency ambulance vehicles, administration, office areas and staff amenities, logistics and storage areas, staff parking and relief accommodation and an internal wash bay.
The new ambulance station will provide local paramedics with a contemporary working environment and the latest equipment, ensuring they can continue to deliver high-quality emergency care to the Glen Innes community.
The Glen Innes ambulance station is being delivered as part of the $232 million RAIR program, which is delivering 54 new or upgraded stations.