Building Tasmania’s Future – Fourth Quarter Update

The Hodgman Liberal Government is delivering on our Plan to Build Tasmania’s Future.

Today I am releasing the fourth quarter update for AGENDA 2016, which shows that we are delivering on our commitments in key areas such as jobs and skills, health, education, and supporting Tasmanians in need.
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Pressure on invisible White

With Parliament to resume this week, all the pressure is on new Labor leader Rebecca White.

Since becoming Labor leader over two weeks ago, the inexperienced Ms White has been virtually invisible.
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NWRH helipad opens

Patients requiring critical care on the North West coast will have access to a dedicated helipad at the North West Regional Hospital.

This is the first hospital-based, purpose-built landing site that meets the very best in standards to be built in Tasmania.
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Mersey April Fools

Criticism of the Hodgman Liberal Government’s deal to secure the Mersey’s future is bemusing.
Jacqui Lambie wants the Mersey Hospital privatised, and Burnie Hospital closed.

Labor’s Former Health Minister Lara Giddings tried to turn it into a clinic, and had it taken off her. Her government left the health system broken and out of control.
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Michael Ferguson

The Digital Ready program is about helping small businesses and retailers make the most of opportunities in the digital economy, taking their business to the world. The Government has committed $800,000 over four years to provide free advice, training and analysis. For more go to: digitalready.tas.gov.au/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Nice work Michael

Anne

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Michael Ferguson

We're committed to investing in health at the Royal Hobart Hospital and that is why we have employed three Extended Care Paramedics in the South as additional staff with greater scope of practice. The three paramedics, Matt, Tegan and Elise, completed a 10-week intensive training course in February and are now working independently to reduce the need to transport patients to hospital Emergency Departments. Extended Care Paramedics are part of our $5.6 million Patients First initiative which is all about ensuring patients get the care they need sooner. ... See MoreSee Less

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Elise Hill...look at you

Well done Elise,Matt and Tegan wish you all the best

Well done Elise, Matt, Tegan

Awesome Tegan and congrats to you all

Congrats Tegan.

Congratulations Matt Cane πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

Yay Matt.....Jerildene Cane....xx

If it wasn't for the extended care paramedics then my pop would not be here it was them insisting he go to the hospital after the other paramedics said he didn't need to.

Bryan Mcmahon

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