Queensland Ambulance Service

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Visit the Queensland Ambulance Service web site at
http://www.ambulance.qld.gov.au/

Service Delivery

The Queensland Ambulance Service delivers services to the public from more than 280 ambulance response locations across the State which are organised into seven regions, and are supported by a Central office located at the Kedron Park Emergency Services Facility in Brisbane, Australia.

Community Ambulance Cover

Community Ambulance Cover (CAC) replaced the Queensland Ambulance Subscription Scheme and ambulance transport charges on the 1st of July 2003. Quite simply CAC means all Queensland residents are automatically covered for the cost of ambulance transportation anywhere, anytime, across Australia.

Aeromedical

QAS coordinates the delivery of aeromedical cases throughout Queensland. Service providers include the Royal Flying Doctor Service, DCS fixed wing and helicopter services, community based rescue helicopter services and QAS fixed wing aircraft.

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