No outcomes from June's Access Solutions Meeting have been implemented at the Launceston General Hospital, despite government assurances they would be.
Meanwhile the "unacceptable situation" facing the state's EDs has only gotten, according to the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine.
ACEM president Dr Simon Judkins said data from the latest bi-annual Access Block Snapshot Survey showed Tasmanian hospitals were under increasing strain, with more patients waiting longer and well above the national average.
ACEM Tasmania faculty chairwoman Dr Marielle Ruigrok said a statewide solution acknowledging the individual needs of various sites, while also addressing systemic issues, was desperately needed.
"We need to be able to get our patients where they need to be, when they need to be there, and clearly the measures implemented to date haven't worked," said Dr Ruigrok.
"We'll be raising these issues, highlighting just how bad the situation has become, during an upcoming meeting with the Tasmanian Health Minister."
The June 19 crisis health summit brought together stakeholders in a bid to generate solutions to access block issues at the Royal Hobart Hospital.
Spearheaded by then-Health Minister Michael Ferguson, it was agreed the solutions would also be rolled out in the state's North, with the LGH leadership team also attending the meeting.
While solutions have been implemented at the RHH, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Tasmania branch secretary Emily Shepherd said LGH members hadn't been given any update on when or how solutions would be rolled out in the state's North.
"How can we give confidence to our members that these solutions will come forward," she said.
"We need honesty from the government. This situation has been building for years and we are still waiting for what these solutions are going to be."
Health Minister Sarah Courtney said the Department of Health and the Tasmanian Health Service were continuing to progress actions from the meeting.
"As these actions are rolled out at the RHH, the department and local hospital management are actively considering how these may be adapted for Northern health services," she said.
"I will be attending a workshop in coming weeks with key LGH staff to develop a plan for improving patient flow, drawing on the AG report and the Access Solutions Plan.
"It is crucial that any solutions or initiatives adapted for the LGH recognise the unique challenges faced by the hospital and are appropriate for the local clinical context."