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•  Something went wrong during medical treatment?

•  Someone you love died during or after surgery?

•  Your gut instinct tells you something’s not right?

•  Can’t get a straight answer?

•  Hospital heavies tried to fob you off?

If it is a yes to any of the above, more than likely an “adverse event” occurred, medical jargon for a mistake. 

Find you’re being bounced around the system from hospital to health department, to medical regulator one after another, round and round?  Hospital/s stalled handing over information you’re entitled to have then got their lawyers on to you when you wouldn’t go away?  Driven up the wall trying to get answers? Contacted your Member of Parliament who, when it all got too hard, acted like a postman and just passed your letter along to someone else?

It’s the 3-D experience: Disaster↔Dishonesty↔Deceit← 

Want to avoid more of this aggravation?

Get on the right track immediately and be informed with our: 

Our Information Packs are produced for people precisely in your predicament. You cannot afford not to have one.

Our Q&A Sessions are consultations by telephone with one of the MEAG Team. You will not get a cross-section of such in-depth knowledge anywhere else.  

TIP: You especially need this before having a meeting at the hospital, or you’ll be walking into their trap. 

Our Bad Medicine pack is a shocking indictment of the failures of the medical regulators to protect the public and weed out bad doctors.

Delivering solutions

Medical Error Action Group is not a government information service.

Hundreds of thousands of Australians are adversely affected by medical error each year; thousands die unnecessarily.  This creates demands for our specialised expertise, which never ceases. 

We provide this unique expertise in exchange for a contribution to our organisation.

We are not a department of government, nor does government fund us.  We are independent and don’t kowtow to them.

Whilst investigating cases, reporting medical treatment deaths to coroners and criminal behaviour to police, monitoring error-prone hospitals, exposing hospital disasters and government cover-ups in media exposés, we receive thousands of emails and documents. 

These demands mean getting help is first in, first served.  Emails are answered in order of landing in our In Box.  Priority is to those who have donated to Medical Error Action Group.  

Take the reins and be in control 

The key to getting on top of a medical disaster is being organised; that is how Medical Error Action Group can help you help yourself.

If you want to telephone and talk, you will need to book in – see Q&A Session and follow the steps.

If you want us to study your documents and hear our view after we’ve read them, you will need to book in to discuss – see Q&A Session and follow the steps.

If you want a face-to-face meeting to discuss your matter and documents in depth – apply within. You will need to have had a Q&A Session first.

Medical investigations 

If you want us to investigate your matter, you need to book a Q&A Session first to discuss it.  We have a strict investigation caseload quota. 

For us to take on your case, you will need to be as energetic as our investigators in sorting your matter out.  You will be expected to be upfront and answer our questions in a timely manner.  This step is for people who are committed and organised.    

You’re not on your own  

People who know the system inside out run Medical Error Action Group.  We understand your loss, frustration and outrage at the situation you find yourself in, as we’ve been through it ourselves. It can be of enormous benefit to prepare you for the barriers you’ll come up against at every step.

Being informed is imperative 

You need to devote time and energy to take on medical practitioners and hospitals and be prepared to do the hard slog.  Being informed and knowing what’s in store will keep you on the right track.  Bear in mind that no one will be more interested in your medical matter than you.