Global Programs

Alfred Health Emergency has been actively involved in global emergency care programs for more than a decade. These programs have allowed us to collaborate with medical and nursing colleagues from multiple countries to support the development of emergency and trauma care.

Annual Global Emergency Care Conference

GECC B&W_VincentThe annual Global Emergency Care Conference brings together all types of emergency care providers including nurses, doctors, paramedics, allied health clinicians, researchers, development specialists, educators and health administrators.

It provides an opportunity for emergency care providers to come together and learn from the experiences, up-to-date evidence and recommendations from experts in global emergency care. Read more…

Current Project Activities

Inida-Fortis B&W

Emergency care in India is rapidly developing and in order to meet demand, a series of advanced emergency training programs have been developed, in collaboration with the Society of Emergency Medicine India, to assist specialists operate at the highest global standards. Read more…


The Mount Hagen Emergency Department Triage Development Initiative aims to improve the quality and timeliness of emergency care at Mount Hagen Provincial Hospital (MHPH) in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Read more…



Tanzania B&W

Alfred Health Emergency has been contributing to the Nurse Mentorship Program (NMP) at Muhimbili National Hospital to support and empower the local team who have pioneered Emergency Nursing in Tanzania. Read more….

Germany B&W

As Emergency Medicine is not yet a specialist field in Germany, the Certificate in Emergency Medicine Practice enables newly qualified MD’s with an opportunity to learn a diverse range of theory and skills through this multi-modal course. Read more….

GECC B&W_Bangalesh
The Bangladesh Emergency Care System Improvement (BECSI) Project will assist a country with a longstanding need for improved disaster preparedness and emergency care system support. Carried out in collaboration with the World Health Organisation and local Emergency Care stakeholders in Bangladesh. This project is funded by the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine Foundation. Read more…