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LifeFlight Bundaberg flew 304 missions last year

LifeFlight Bundaberg crews last year flew 304 critical missions valued at more than $3.8 million at no cost to patients.

Emergency presentations surge at Bundaberg Hospital

Emergency department presentations at Bundaberg Hospital during Christmas-New Year were up 8.6 per cent compared with the previous year.

Community readiness survey begins tonight

Queensland’s Office of the Inspector-General Emergency Management will soon begin community readiness surveys in several locations across the state including the Bundaberg Region.

Storm season Get Ready workshop

The storm season is almost here and to help residents prepare, Bundaberg Region organisations are teaming up for the Get Ready workshop.

Ambulance Service awards presented

Paramedics and community members were today recognised for their efforts at a special awards ceremony at the Bundaberg Multiplex as part of Ambulance Week.

Bundaberg Hospital stroke treatment enhanced

Bundaberg Hospital has introduced a new imaging technique to improve diagnosis of stroke, improve patient outcomes and extend the range of treatment options.

Voluneteer Marine Rescue recognises life members

Volunteer Marine Rescue Bundaberg celebrated a successful year at its AGM this week with 45 rescues recorded, a crew member receiving his coxswains’ certificate and two life members honoured.

Bushfire review reveals tension over evacuations

An independent review of the 2018 Deepwater fire has found there was "significant tension" between emergency services and residents over mandatory evacuations.

Mount Walsh rescue success after woman falls while hiking

A woman was taken to Bundaberg Hospital today after suffering a fall while hiking at Mount Walsh.

Rescue chopper called after snake bite on Fraser Island

The Bundaberg LifeFlight Rescue helicopter has airlifted a man to hospital after he was bitten by a snake on Fraser Island early this morning.

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