New Munruben Ambulance Station Announced In 2019-20 State Budget

New Munruben Ambulance Station Announced In 2019-20 State Budget

Queensland Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Steven Miles

Queensland Minister for Planning Cameron Dick

Siren Sounds On $4 Million Ambulance Station For Logan

Victor P Taffa

A new $4 Million ambulance station will be built at Munruben, backed by the Palaszczuk Government’s $40 Million Growth Area and Regional Infrastructure Investment Fund (GARIIF).

Ambulance station will be located at 1973-1991 Chambers Flat Road, and will include:

  • 6-bay plant room,
  • Amenities,
  • An office,
  • Kitchen facilities,
  • Locker rooms,
  • Training and social space.

Member for Logan Linus Power said the station would service high-growth communities across southern Logan, helping to improve response times and health outcomes.

“This investment will improve ambulance service delivery to cater for the significant population growth in our priority development and major expansion areas.” Mr. Power said.

“It’s about getting ahead of the game and putting in place the infrastructure and services our community needs to continue thriving.”

Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said an estimated 12 jobs would be supported during construction.

“Our government’s coordinated approach to delivering infrastructure is benefitting all Queenslanders.” Minister Dick said.

“GARIIF, along with our $295 Million Building our Regions initiative, is making our state stronger by stimulating work and boosting local economies.”

QLD Minister for Planning Cameron Dick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Steven Miles said the Palaszczuk Government was committed to supporting a sustainable health system now and for future generations.

“We want to see better health outcomes for all Queenslanders, and at the core of this is improving services for expanding regions like Logan.” Minister Miles said.

New Munruben Ambulance Station was announced as part of the 2019-20 state budget and will be delivered by Queensland Health.