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More Victorians can now access improved emergency care with the opening this week of the Port Fairy ambulance branch and the Winchelsea ambulance branch.
Construction began this week on Mount Waverley’s new 24-hour ambulance branch.
Victorian communities and visitors will receive improved emergency care with the opening of two new ambulance branches in Mitchell Shire and the Bellarine Peninsula.
Doors have opened on Tatura’s first ever ambulance branch, meaning faster response times in medical emergencies for the people of Tatura and Greater Shepparton.
Construction is officially underway on the new Doncaster ambulance branch.
Minister for Ambulance Services Jenny Mikakos today opened the new Bacchus Marsh ambulance branch on Gisborne Road.
The Victorian Government has committed $181.8 million since 2015 to upgrade and rebuild high priority ambulance stations across Victoria.
State-of-the-art ambulance branches are now open in Mount Waverley and Dandenong, giving more Victorians access to improved emergency care.
Communities in the City of Banyule now have a new ambulance branch at Watsonia North.
The Victorian Budget 2020-21 is investing $1.22 billion for health infrastructure projects and grants across the state.