‘Amputees, patients, and paramedics need to be united’: The rise of ambulance drivers and their union

When a patient or caregiver needs to go into an ambulance, it can be tricky to find someone who understands the patient’s needs.

But what if they’ve got no one to work for?

That’s where a group of paramedics and paramedics’ union members come in.

And in a time when paramedics are under intense scrutiny from the public, they’re hoping to show that they are united by their shared mission of helping people who need medical help.

Amputee and nurse with paramedic’s union The ambulance crew at a Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in Brisbane.

Photo: Supplied

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