Ambulance Tasmania

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Ambulance Tasmania
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Government of Tasmania
Employees 225
Parent agency Department of Health and Human Services
Website Tasmanian Ambulance Service
Mercedes Benz Sprinter ambulances

Ambulance Tasmania,[1] formally known as the Tasmanian Ambulance Service provides ambulance services in the state of Tasmania, Australia. The service was established by the Ambulance Service Act 1982[2] and operates within the Department of Health and Human Services.

The service has approximately 520 volunteer officers and 225 paid staff,[3] operating through a network of 45 stations.[4]

The service is provided free to Tasmanian residents. Unlike other Australian states, Tasmania does not have an ambulance fee or levy.[4]

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