The Peninsula is set to benefit from a brand new ambulance station at Woy Woy Hospital, as part of the NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration Program.

The ambulance station will support our highly skilled paramedics as they continue to provide high quality care for the region, and provide a more comfortable working environment and improved facilities for training and development. 

The new station includes internal parking for up to 10 emergency ambulance vehicles, external parking, staff common areas, administration and office areas, logistics and storage areas, a vehicle wash bay and a Medic Fit gym.

The new station replaces the existing aging station at Ettalong and will enhance emergency care for Central Coast communities now and into the future. NSW Ambulance and Health Infrastructure worked to identify the location using best practice modelling software to determine the most suitable location for mobile emergency care in our region.

For more information, read the Woy Woy Ambulance Station flyer.