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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 6 Hansard (7 June) . . Page.. 2321 ..


Mr Gentleman: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

The restructure of the ambulance fee model in 2006-07 was based on advice from the Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission, who conducted a review on the way in which the ACT Ambulance Service recovered the costs of providing its services.

ACT Ambulance Service—fees (Question No 1366)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 11 May 2018:

What is the breakdown of 2016-17 revenue raised from ACT emergency ambulance fees for (a) emergency medical treatment and transport and (b) emergency medical treatment without transport, (d) non-emergency medical treatment and transport, (e) an ambulance stretcher vehicle or operational ambulance vehicle staffed by an ambulance crew is made available at the request of a person or organisation conducting a sporting event or other public function, (f) an operational ambulance vehicle staffed by a single ambulance paramedic or intensive care ambulance paramedic is made available at the request of a person or organisation conducting a sporting event or other public function, (g) an operational ambulance vehicle staffed by an ambulance supervisor is made available at the request of a person or organisation conducting a sporting event or other public function, (h) a non-emergency ambulance service that includes ambulance transport of patients not requiring emergency care by the patient transport service is provided to a person and (i) aero-medical fees in relation to medical retrievals on the provision of the Snowy Hydro Southcare Helicopter Service.

Mr Gentleman: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

The breakdown for 2016-17 ACT emergency ambulance fees revenue is as follows:

(a) emergency medical treatment and transport - $5.079m.

(b) emergency medical treatment without transport - $1.008m.

(c) non-emergency medical treatment and transport - $0.034m.

(d) an ambulance stretcher vehicle or operational ambulance vehicle staffed by an ambulance crew is made available at the request of a person or organisation conducting a sporting event or other public function - $0.134m.

(e) an operational ambulance vehicle staffed by a single ambulance paramedic or intensive care ambulance paramedic is made available at the request of a person or organisation conducting a sporting event or other public function - $0.002m.

(f) an operational ambulance vehicle staffed by an ambulance supervisor is made available at the request of a person or organisation conducting a sporting event or other public function - $0.015m.

(g) a non-emergency ambulance service that includes ambulance transport of patients not requiring emergency care by the patient transport service is provided to a person - $0.335m.


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