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PARAMEDICS
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As the Victorian State election will be held on Saturday 24 November 2018, the Victorian Government has assumed a caretaker role from 6:00pm on 30 October 2018. During the caretaker period, content will only be added to Ambulance Victoria managed web pages in accordance with the caretaker conventions.

Violence against our staff is never OK

On average a paramedic is assaulted in Victoria every 50 hours. Last year 147 paramedics were assaulted.

Aggression and violence against paramedics and other health workers is totally unacceptable. #ItsNeverOk

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Ten tips to help paramedics deliver best care News

Ten tips to help paramedics deliver best care

Every day, paramedics rely on members of the community to assist in medical emergencies. You might not realise it, but simple things like ensuring your house number is easy to spot and moving pets away from the scene can make a real difference to patient care. ...

Ambulance Victoria records its best ever winter response time performance News

Ambulance Victoria records its best ever winter response time performance

Ambulance Victoria has recorded its best ever winter response time performance, helping deliver better outcomes to patients most in need. ...

Chest pain? Always seek help. News

Chest pain? Always seek help.

Chest pain is a common theme running throughout Channel 9’s Paramedics (Thursdays at 8.30pm), which is no surprise – Ambulance Victoria is called to around 60,000 reports of chest pain each year. ...

Heat warning on self-locking cars News

Heat warning on self-locking cars

As the weather warms up, one family’s story offers a timely reminder of the dangers of accidentally locking your keys in the car. ...

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