Joshua Hoy

Contact Joshua

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Josh@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Bass

Joshua wasn’t born in love with Tasmania – he fell in love with it. As a Victorian university student doing his placement at the Royal Hobart Hospital, Joshua quickly knew he couldn’t imagine a life anywhere else.

But Joshua knows his story is the exception, not the rule. He’s seen how many young people are forced to leave Tasmania in search of opportunity on the mainland. He doesn’t want Tasmania to be the place young families leave – he wants it to be the place they choose to build a life, like he did. And he’s running to make it happen.

He now lives in Launceston with his wife Felicity and two dogs, where he works as a Senior Rehabilitation Consultant at APM.

Joshua approached the Jacqui Lambie Network because he would like all Tasmanians to be afforded the opportunity to pursue their chosen career right here in Tasmania. He would like to see more services and resources dedicated to attracting young professionals to live and work in our great state.

Joshua has lived his life by the saying ‘if you are going to do something, do it right’ and looks forward to applying the same mantra to a career in politics. He’s seen how the policies of the old parties have affected the residents of Bass, who feel like they’re being asked to make a choice that is not much of a choice at all. As a trained healthcare professional, Joshua has seen first-hand the way Tasmanians north of Hobart have had their health ignored by Labor and Liberal Governments. Our hospitals in the North and North-West are getting neglected and our communities aren’t getting the treatment they deserve.

Joshua believes North and North-West hospitals haven’t always been treated fairly by Governments and would like to see more done to ensure that healthcare for all Tasmanians can be improved to and sustained at a high quality into the future.

But Joshua isn’t one to whinge -- he’s running to make a difference in the lives of the people he works with every day. He’s put his hand up because he sees the current crop of politicians and knows he could do better.

Joshua wants to ensure that Tasmania is an attractive place for people to live and work and believes the Jacqui Lambie Network stands for normal Tasmanians.

Contact Joshua

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Josh@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Bass

Joshua wasn’t born in love with Tasmania – he fell in love with it. As a Victorian university student doing his placement at the Royal Hobart Hospital, Joshua quickly knew he couldn’t imagine a life anywhere else.

But Joshua knows his story is the exception, not the rule. He’s seen how many young people are forced to leave Tasmania in search of opportunity on the mainland. He doesn’t want Tasmania to be the place young families leave – he wants it to be the place they choose to build a life, like he did. And he’s running to make it happen.

He now lives in Launceston with his wife Felicity and two dogs, where he works as a Senior Rehabilitation Consultant at APM.

Joshua approached the Jacqui Lambie Network because he would like all Tasmanians to be afforded the opportunity to pursue their chosen career right here in Tasmania. He would like to see more services and resources dedicated to attracting young professionals to live and work in our great state.

Joshua has lived his life by the saying ‘if you are going to do something, do it right’ and looks forward to applying the same mantra to a career in politics. He’s seen how the policies of the old parties have affected the residents of Bass, who feel like they’re being asked to make a choice that is not much of a choice at all. As a trained healthcare professional, Joshua has seen first-hand the way Tasmanians north of Hobart have had their health ignored by Labor and Liberal Governments. Our hospitals in the North and North-West are getting neglected and our communities aren’t getting the treatment they deserve.

Joshua believes North and North-West hospitals haven’t always been treated fairly by Governments and would like to see more done to ensure that healthcare for all Tasmanians can be improved to and sustained at a high quality into the future.

But Joshua isn’t one to whinge -- he’s running to make a difference in the lives of the people he works with every day. He’s put his hand up because he sees the current crop of politicians and knows he could do better.

Joshua wants to ensure that Tasmania is an attractive place for people to live and work and believes the Jacqui Lambie Network stands for normal Tasmanians.