NEW AMBULANCE STATION IS ON THE WAY FOR CLYDE NORTH
The State Government is boosting ambulance resources in Clyde North with a new multi-million dollar ambulance station coming to Matterhorn Drive, about 5 minutes down the road from the St.Germain community.
The announcement came on Thursday 10 January, when Minister for Health Martin Foley and State Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale announced Bowden Corporation had been appointed to construct the new multi-million dollar facility.
The new 24-hour ambulance station, which is on track to be completed by the end of the year, will feature a four-bay garage for ambulances, rest and recline areas, training facilities, a fully equipped kitchen and improved security and car parking facilities.
The location of the new station allows easy access to main roads and major local sites including schools, shopping precincts and community facilities.
State Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale said that better emergency care for families living in Clyde North and surrounds is just around the corner.
“This modern, advanced and well-located ambulance station will help ensure families living in our growing South Eastern suburbs receive the best lifesaving emergency care, now and into the future,” Ms Crugnale said.