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Let's talk about how you can contribute to your ambulance service

Ambulance Victoria has established this new online community forum so we can hear your ideas on how we can all work together to improve emergency health outcomes for Victorians.

We want to hear how you would like to connect with us, how you would like us to connect with you, and how we can help you play your role in local emergency health care.

We can't serve our communities, save lives and achieve better health outcomes by doing it alone. Community feedback and participation in an emergency is incredibly important. That’s why we want to hear from you.

When preparing for emergencies and taking care of Victorians
in an emergency, we're better together.

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What we're hearing at our Community Discussion Forums

We've been on the road around Victoria to talk with you and find out how we can support you to participate in local emergency health care and give you a say in your ambulance service. Here's some things we've heard so far...

Tarn Kruger at Ballarat Comunity Discussion Forum

Tarn Kruger

Ballarat lifetime Ambulance Victoria member

It's important for Ambulance Victoria to put information out about what people can expect when they call Triple Zero (000). Watch the video

Aaron Scales at a forum in Benalla

Aaron Scales

Dartmouth resident & Towong Shire Council Mayor

Communication from triage needs to be better in relation to identifying the closest hospital...local knowledge...is so important. Watch the video.

Headshot of Ballarat community member Laura Martin

Laura Martin

Wimmera Grampians, Western Victoria PHN

How should the community have a voice in emergency health services? This (Ballarat forum) shouldn't be our only date, it should be our first date.

Community participation helps save lives

Case studies that show some of the ways you can get involved in creating better health outcomes for all Victorians.