Do you want a new challenge and to help patients every single day? We have the role for you - and at the moment, we particularly need student paramedics in our Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire communities. Click below to read our recruitment pages, and you'll find amazing opportunities giving you those first steps on the clinical career ladder you deserve.
First stork badge awarded to emergency call handler who assisted with the delivery of a baby.
TV personality supports new campaign.
24 Hours in EoE is back!
An award-winning project between the ambulance service and two hospitals in the East is set to be rolled out across the ...
Our 'It's your call' campaign helps inform and educate about how 999 calls are handled and prioritised so that in the event of a medical problem, people feel better equipped to know what to do in the future.
At the heart of our communities are people doing what they can to care for others. Volunteering to help save lives where you live or work means supporting the ambulance service, and providing someone as close as your neighbour with a quick response if they become life-threateningly ill.