TRAMS: Excellence in Tracheostomy Care

Austin TRAMS

The Tracheostomy Review and Management Service (TRAMS) is a specialist service introduced at Austin Health in 2002. A team of doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and speech pathologists coordinate and direct the care of patients with a tracheostomy tube across three campuses and into the community.
Austin Health is pleased to be a lead Australasian site for the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative along with the Royal Children's Hospital.  Australasian hospitals wishing to join the GTC (Click Here)

TRAMS Interprofessional Tracheostomy Workshop - Friday 24th March 2017

Registration is now open! - Click here  

Or open the flyer for more details


New resource - Community Tracheostomy Training Program

Click on the picture to access this resource

Colin's Story:                                                

Click on the picture to watch a short film of Colin's story after sustaining a spinal cord injury whilst working on the farm.  Colin's story provides a great example of what the community arm of TRAMS aims to facilitate when a long-term tracheostomy in necessary.                                                                         

Stand on the shoulders of giants

An inspirational BLOG by Gerard Stevenson telling his story after sustaining a spinal cord injury on August 24th 2014.