The Regional Faculties represent each jurisdiction by focusing on local issues and raising awareness of emergency medicine on behalf of their communities. All Fellows are automatically a member of the Faculty of the state, territory or country (for Aotearoa New Zealand Fellows) that they are working in.

What do Regional Faculties do?

Regional Faculties provide a mechanism for FACEMs to have a voice on advocacy issues, linking local issues to nationally significant issues ACEM has an active interest in. Faculties also provide a useful mechanism for networking and opportunities to get involved in College initiatives, including coordinating events and meetings.

Faculties are made up of a Faculty Board, which meets regularly, as well as holding regular meetings for all Fellows in the state, territory or country. Issues discussed vary based on the region but, often cover major College policy priorities, such as Access Block, Patient flow, Ambulance ramping, resourcing and hospital system reform.

Read more in our Policy on Regional Faculties.

Did you know? You can also check out our press releases, submissions and policies.

The nine Faculties: 

Australian Capital Territory 

New South Wales 

Aotearoa New Zealand  

Northern Territory 

South Australia 




Western Australia 

How to get involved

Members, get involved with your Regional Faculty and read more about opportunities to get involved in your regular Faculty updates.

Trainees are not members of Faculties, but are represented by a local ACEM Trainee Committee Member, who sits on the Regional Faculty Board.