Due to unforeseen circumstances the scheduled meeting with members of the Crisis Assessment Triage Team at the Launceston General Hospital has been changed to this Friday 24 July 2020. This meeting is to discuss the 10 hour shifts.
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On Wednesday 15 July 2020, the ANMF attended a meeting with Tasmanian Health Service management to discuss the current uty ANUM and Scrub Scout role. The ANMF will be discussing the outcome of this meeting with members, in the interim the Tasmanian Health Service is preparing a change proposal for consultation. Further details will be sent via email.
The ANMF have released a survey for members regarding workloads within the Launceston General Hospital Emergency Department (ED). Information obtained via the survey will assist us in advocating for workload relief within the ED. The survey closes at 9am on Wednesday 12 August, we encourage all members to complete the survey to ensure their opinions are heard. More information, including the survey link has been sent to effected members via email. If you have not received this email, please get in touch with us here.
Updates correct as at 23 July 2020. Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary
Please contact our Member Support Team if you would like to discuss any of the outlined issues or raise a concern. Alternatively, and you can send an email outlining your concerns to our team - firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that due to the current COVID-19 situation, our Member Support Team is practicing social isolation measures and working from home. Bearing this in mind, email is the preferred and fastest way of contacting them, however, if your matter is urgent, please phone (03) 6223 6777 or 1800 001 241 if you are outside of Hobart.
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