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.
Ambulance and fire service staff have attended their 200th medical emergency together since the launch of a co-response ...
Norfolk's 250th community public access defibrillator has been installed by a charity that used to hand out coal to the ...
The region's ambulance service received almost 8,440 emergency calls during the last August bank holiday weekend
“My goldfish is drowning” - five 999 calls to EEAST that weren’t emergencies. As part of our It's Your Call campaign we are urging people to use 999 wisely after more than 1,100 hoax calls in the last two years
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.