Welcome to Watson Service Centre

Watson Gm Specialty Vehicles has moved premises to our new sales showroom at 460 McDonalds Rd South Morang.

What to Expect While At Watson Service Centre:

  • A friendly reception and prompt attention. 
  • A thorough consultative interview to ensure all your requirements are fully understood. 
  • Complete transparency. We will give you our recommendations upfront once we have a proper understanding of your situation and requirements . 
  • All prices will be clearly illustrated and explained. 
  • Assurance that you will be treated with the greatest respect always and that any service will be performed to the highest standards every time. 
  • Only state-of-the-art Holden approved technical equipment and genuine Holden Parts will be used to service and care for your vehicle. 

We have been awarded a Grand Masters Dealer for 14 consecutive years and Grand Master Chairman Dealer for 2 years running. With over 200 new Holdensnew HSVs and pre-inspected used cars for sale, we're sure to have the vehicle you're searching for in stock and at an affordable price. Talk to us also about arranging a Competitive Vehicle Finance Quote.

Staff's Driving Ambition To Save A Life

It was the day before Christmas last year and staff at Watson Holden, Bundoora, were winding down and looking forward to celebrating the big day with family and friends when, out of the blue, a colleague collapsed and stopped breathing.

The dealership's 28-year-old finance consultant, Devlin Quai-Hoi, had gone into cardiac arrest. His colleagues immediately rushed to his aid, calling Triple 000, checking his airways and beginning CPR. Their courage, skills and teamwork saved Devlin's life and earned them a special Ambulance Victoria Commendation Award. The emergency revealed that Mr Quai-Hoi had been living with undetected arrhythmia, a potentially life-threatening condition that causes sudden changes to the heart rhythm.

As Devlin lay unconscious on his office floor, the company's business manager, Mark Frederiksen, general sales manager and twin brother Peter, and service manager Robert Pandolfo kept his airway free and took it in turns to pump his chest. Other staff members pushed cars out of the way so the ambulance could reach Devlin quickly and easily.

MICA paramedic Joshua Betts and ALS paramedic Hayley McCartin stabilised Mr Quai-Hoi before transporting him to the Alfred Hospital, where doctors implanted a pacemaker. Making a full recovery at home, Mr Quai-Hoi said the experience was "still pretty surreal." "The last thing I remember was getting a pretty funny text from my cousin and getting up from my desk" Mr Quai-Hoi said. "Next thing I know I am waking up in hospital."

"I was told I was clinically dead for 16 minutes and the doctors said that brain damage can happen even after nine minutes so they reckon I'm a bit of a miracle. I owe my life to these guys and I cannot thank them enough."

Mark Frederiksen said he felt goose bumps when he recalled the incident.

"Seeing someone you are you pretty good mates with just lying there, nearly dead, is really hard" he said. "I am very proud of what everyone did. I believe we performed the CPR correctly and Devlin is here with us today because of it."

Paramedic Joshua Betts said how bystanders reacted in medical emergencies could mean the difference between life and death.

"The collapse of their colleague was a completely unexpected event for the staff members involved yet everyone responded decisively, calmly and extremely effectively as a team," Mr Betts said.

"The whole team deserves to be recognised as they effectively saved Devlin's life.

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