Ambulance crisis in Qld – sound familiar?

Now that the focus in Victoria has shifted slightly, this does not mean that governments in other states don’t need to address the crisis in their pre-hospital care delivery systems.

Please share this post with paramedics throughout Australia and NZ, who can use this blog to bring their concerns to the attention of their respective leaders.

Paramedics in Victoria have done remarkable things. Paramedics throughout the world have more power than they give themselves credit for

Their is also a closed forum at where all Australasian paramedics can coordinate their actions with a reasonable degree of protection from their employers and the government. supports all Australasian paramedics!

About admin

In 2011 after more than 37 years I, like many paramedics since then, resigned from Ambulance Victoria. I am now a Tour Guide in the Northern Territory. I started the "Talkfest Forum for Australasian Paramedics" in 2009. It now has well over 1,000 members from all over Australia. This is fine for informal comments about all thing work related, but did nothing to inform the public about paramedics' concerns. This "FAIR-GO BLOG" was started to allow paramedics and others, to inform the general public about things that they are either concerned about or feel that the public would benefit from knowing. Paramedics in all States, have said that they cannot safely make any public comments in regard to their work or their management, for fear of being reprimanded or even dismissed. This is therefore a way for them to communicate with, and receive feedback from, the public. There is a very good reason why Paramedics have been independently voted as the most trusted profession in Australia, while politicians have constantly been near the bottom of that same list. Who should you listen to when it comes to your well being? Did I hear you say... "politicians"? While I administer this blog, I do not advocate, indorse or necessarily agree with any of the opinions and/or comments posted on the blog. Posts and comments are the sole responsibility of those persons making them. John
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