Healthcare Policy

Every citizen must have access to a high standard of prompt healthcare. Our objective is to broaden the scope of healthcare cover and enhance service delivery.

Emergency Care

Our emergency care public policy objective is to minimise early mortality and complications through timely diagnosis and treatment of acute and urgent illness and injury.

We understand ramping of Ambulances is a persistent issue that demands a solution. Our primary emergency care policy objective is to control ambulance ramping. We engage with relevant health professionals such as ambulance officers, nursing, and administrators to formulate an optimal policy to eliminate ambulance ramping. Our approach to the problem is to reduce demand for emergency care, introduce efficiencies and provide additional funding where required.

Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance Scheme

We will not reduce the scope and standard of healthcare provided by the Compulsory Third Party Insurance Scheme.

Mental Health

We are in the final stages of formulating a comprehensive mental health policy and plan. Our plan will enhance access and quality of mental healthcare. Our objective is to improve access to mental health treatment by engaging more independent providers and reducing the reliance on institutions with large management structures that increase costs and do not directly contribute to mental health care.

SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination

Our position is that each person should consult with their healthcare professional and determine if a SARS-CoV-2 vaccination is appropriate for them. Each person should be permitted to assess the impact of SARS-CoV-2 infection and the risks and benefits of presently available SARS-CoV-2 vaccines without duress or influence.