Local Ambulance Committees provide an opportunity for individuals and community organisations to participate in the promotion, enhancement and expansion of ambulance services in their area and assist in achieving optimal patient care for their community.
What do LAC’s do?
- Local Ambulance Committees liaise between the community and Queensland Ambulance Service.
- Promote community participation in, and awareness of, ambulance services.
- Provide advice to the Commissioner in respect of ambulance services in their community by participating in meetings and conferences and monitoring services at a local level.
- Carry out fundraising activities for the benefit of ambulance services in their community; and
- Manage money held in trust for the benefit of ambulance services in their community.
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