More funding for hospital beds, ambulance stations, electronic patient care records and specialised telehealth paramedics

June 5, 2024 Today the State Government have announced funding for three new Ambulance Stations in Whyalla, Two Wells and Marion, 16 additional specialist Paramedics to expand SA Ambulance’s Clinical...

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Ambulance and Firefighter Unions demand commitment from Malinauskas Government to support first responders suffering from psychological injuries

April 10, 2024 The United Firefighters Union of South Australia and Ambulance Employees Association of SouthAustralia will attend Parliament House on Wednesday as Independent MLC Frank Pangallointroduces...

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AEA SECURES STRENGTHENED SAFETY PROTECTIONS FOR MEMBERS AND SA COMMUNITY

December 4, 2023 The AEA is proud to announce it has reached a ground-breaking agreement with the Malinauskas Labor Government that ensures safe operability and transparency of the Ambulance Service, and...

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Thank You South Australia – SA Ambulance Service Full Roll Out Plan

April 22, 2023 On behalf of our Ambos and support staff members, we thank all of those in the SA Community who supported the Ambulance Employees Association’s (AEA) Safe Staffing campaign which was...

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Ramping and Solutions

April 6, 2023 The AEA and it’s members are disappointed to see the hours lost to ramping increase over March 2023 to almost 4,000 hours in a single month, equivalent to 11 ambulances crews ramped each...

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Fact check – David Penberthy’s Opinion Piece

March 10, 2023 In a recent opinion piece, David Penberthy used his platform as an Advertiser columnist, seemingly in an attempt to denigrate the Ambulance Employees Association (AEA) – whilst...

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Ambos support Uluru Statement from the heart and First Nations Voice to Parliament: Position Statement

February 3, 2023 The Uluru Statement from the Heart is an invitation to the Australian people to work with the First Nations people, to help enable them to take a rightful place in their own land, and to...

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SA Ambulance Enterprise Agreement 2022 – SAET Approval

August 10, 2022 South Australian Ambos will finally receive a salary increase for the first time in over 4 years. The previous Enterprise Agreement expired in 2018 with Ambos last salary increase occurring...

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Marshall Govt Silences Ambos From Chalking Public Safety Messages – Interim Orders

March 4, 2022 Media Release The Marshall Liberal Government has succeeded temporarily in its attempts to gag ambos from writing public safety messages on ambulances. The Department of Treasury and...

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AEA Position Statement – Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD)

May 5, 2021 POSITION STATEMENT  Voluntary Assisted Dying  For the purposes of this position statement, voluntary assisted dying (VAD) is defined as intervention by a health professional, in a...

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AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL SOUTH AUSTRALIANS FROM THE AMBULANCE EMPLOYEES’ ASSOCIATION

February 20, 2021 Dear South Australians, we are writing on behalf of allour dedicated members in the SA Ambulance Service, who work tirelessly to keep you safe 24 hours a day/7 days a week....

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Ambulance Delays Report

February 19, 2021 SAFETY LEARNING SYSTEM INCIDENT REVIEW July – November 2020 SA Ambulance commissioned a report into patient safety incidents where it found 38 patients were put at risk due to a...

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