The Victorian Government has unleashed the plans for the coming five years which includes constructing three new ambulance stations and hiring 105 extra paramedics in outer suburban regions. The plan aims to offer 16 new or upgraded services and investment in hospital emergency department.
Premier John Brumby proclaimed of offering $81-million package in Werribee and this comes after a promise pledged by approximately 300 new paramedics in Victoria region.
Ambulance Victoria has promised to offer the funding as a gesture of welcome response.
Chief executive officer Tony Walker claimed that the package adheres to a number of concerns at one go claiming the fact that it will help improve the conditions in future.
His statement was: "This additional funding will help us improve our response times, maintain our high patient survival rates and reassure people that if they call us for help, we'll be there."
Meanwhile, the list of services includes 24 hour ambulance branches in Endeavour Hills, Mount Eliza and Lysterfield, latest peak durational units in Somerville and Mount Martha, and; supplied peak period units in Rosebud, Cranbourne, Sunbury, Melton and Pakenham; and revamped six ambulances services to offer 24 hour coverage to communities in Werribee, Healesville, Craigieburn, Sorrento, Emerald and Yarra Junction.