'This is how you break people': Ambo details pressure of the job

Matt Maloney
Updated January 25 2024 - 2:26pm, first published 11:50am
An Ambulance Tasmania dispatch officer says paramedics regularly call in sick due to the pressure of the job.
An Ambulance Tasmania dispatch officer says paramedics regularly call in sick due to the pressure of the job.

An Ambulance Tasmania dispatch officer says a response to a high priority emergency call is delayed almost daily due to ambulance ramping at hospitals or gaps in rosters.

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Matt Maloney

Political reporter for Australian Community Media, based in Hobart.

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