Phillip Ebbs

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Phillip Ebbs

Phillip Ebbs is an Australian paramedic and researcher who has held senior paramedic leadership roles across high profile incidents including the Lindt Café Siege (2014, with unit citation), the devastating Hunter Valley Floods (2015), and other security-related operations (2014-15).

Following appointment as a paramedic and clinical educator, Phillip attained the rank of Superintendent in 2009 and also acted at the rank of Assistant Commissioner (2013-2015) during a period of substantial organisational change across NSW Ambulance – one of the world’s largest ambulance services.

His is now a Senior Lecturer in Paramedicine at Charles Sturt University, and is widely published in the field of paramedicine.

Phillip’s most important and rewarding role, however, is as part of a wonderful family with his incredibly supportive wife, two children, and their dog named Maxwell.