Our ambitious recruitment drive will get more patient-facing staff into the communities, including new roles to help you take those important first steps on the clinical career ladder with the ambulance service. The Care Quality Commission rates patient care at EEAST as ‘outstanding’ – and you can play your part.
Performance, finances, training and recruitment will be discussed at a public board meeting in Norfolk this week
If you are interested in the emergency services and live near Bishop’s Stortford then you may be in luck this weekend. ...
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A Suffolk man has spoken about the importance of acting quickly when someone suffers chest pain after his heart was restarted 11 times.
At the heart of every community are people who want to do what they can to care for others.
Volunteering to help save lives in your area not only means supporting the ambulance service, but providing someone as close as your neighbour with a quick response if they become life-threateningly ill.