The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre operates 24 hours a day to provide the community with timely, quality care for people who are acutely ill and injured.
Our team of health and support professionals work together to provide timely, quality care. Based on this ethos, we have an active program of research, education and knowledge exchange activities open to all health professionals.
Your journey through Emergency
A summary of what to expect when you come to Emergency.
Victoria’s State of Emergency (SOE) measures resulted in almost 40 per cent less people presenting to Alfred Health’s emergency departments earlier this year, prompting doctors to issue an urgent call for people to continue seeking medical care if they need it.
This course is aimed at new graduate physiotherapists and those with limited acute trauma experience.
The content presented in this course will include basic acute trauma injury profiles and acute physiotherapy assessment and management skills.
Emergency Airway Management is a vital skill for all critical care clinicians. This immersive one-day cadaveric workshop provides attendees with invaluable hands-on practical experience, focusing specifically on the technical skills of airway management. The course is designed and delivered by the team that developed the acclaimed Procedures Course.