Save Central Victoria’s Red Cross Patient Transport Service from mid-June cut-off
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Red Cross Victoria has ordered the withdrawal of the Red Cross Patient Transport Service from the two Central Victorian shires from June 17. The volunteer-driven car, based in Castlemaine, takes residents of Mt Alexander and Macedon Ranges with no other way of getting to their medical appointments, to vital appointments such as diagnostic assessments, MRI scans, oncology, radio- and chemo-therapy, specialist treatment in Melbourne and Bendigo. Loss of the Castlemaine Red Cross car will leave many people in life-threatening situations, and others in great distress.
We therefore ask the Victorian Government, in keeping with the Labour Party’s election campaign mantra: ‘health and education’, to provide funding for the continuation of the Castlemaine Red Cross Patient Transport Service.
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