Queensland Police and Community Safety Minister Jack Dempsey on Friday commissioned the centre at Kedron, in Brisbane's north.
The centre will allow operators to more effectively manage the 24,000 triple zero calls they receive for the Brisbane region each year requesting ambulance and fire assistance.
The building also houses the new Queensland Clinical Coordination Centre (QCC) which provides direct links to health professionals for the most critically ill, by coordinating rotary and fixed-wing aircraft across the state.
It also includes a tele-medicine service which enables senior doctors to provide advice to medical professionals in remote areas.
Mr Dempsey said the facility featured state-of-the-art equipment that would help improve emergency response times.
'The Kedron facilities will be the first emergency communications centre in the state to have unique telephony technology embedded, ensuring calls are answered in a timely manner by the most suitably, qualified operator,' he said.
'Both centres are equipped with a new audio visual system which allows ambulance and fire to connect to the Brisbane City Council and (the Department of Transport and) Main Roads CCTV camera network to directly view an incident in real time.'