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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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An angel in pyjamas AED

An angel in pyjamas

Paramedic Educator Jess Handley was fast asleep at home when the GoodSAM phone alert went off on her bedside table. ...

FOI data released Community News

FOI data released

In response to a freedom-of-information application, Ambulance Victoria has provided the following data in relation to locations which have been flagged for potential physical safety issues. ...

Bruce – Ambulance Victoria Peer Support Dog Community News

Bruce – Ambulance Victoria Peer Support Dog

Meet ‘Bruce’ Ambulance Victoria’s newest recruit and one of the first ever peer support dogs in an Australian ambulance service. ...

Improved response performance as we prepare for flu season Community News

Improved response performance as we prepare for flu season

In the first three months of 2018, Ambulance Victoria paramedics treated more time-critical patients faster and are well-prepared for the upcoming flu season, latest performance data shows. Paramedics responded to 66,225 Code 1 patients in the first three months of 2018 – an extra 4,104 patients than the same period in 2017. ...

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RT @australian: Ambulance paramedic slashed with knife in front of her kids
@AmbulanceVic 6 hours ago