A New Look For Narooma Ambulance Station

Narooma Ambulance Station will get a refurbishment under the NSW Government’s $232 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program, delivering a better work environment for paramedics.

The range of enhancements at Narooma Ambulance Station include new roller shutters, construction of a second plant room to house all ambulance vehicles and a new ambulance wash bay, as well as an internal upgrade to the medical store. Health Minister Brad Hazzard announced that works are expected to commence later this year following a competitive tender process saying “The enhancements complement the NSW Government’s announcement for the $200 million new Eurobodalla Health Service, which will deliver a sustainable, modern and purpose-built health facility to support the health needs of the Eurobodalla Shire for communities from Narooma to Batemans Bay.”


Member for Bega Andrew Constance said “This is great news for our hardworking local paramedics. Our first responders have worked tirelessly through a difficult year and a refurbished station will provide them with modern facilities to continue to best serve the Narooma community,” Mr Constance said.

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