EEAST Paramedics

We’re recruiting qualified and graduate paramedics.
Join the team HERE.

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Be the heart of your community.  Find out more about becoming a community first responder with us.

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We cover 7,500 square miles which contains a mix of rural, coastal and urban areas – from Watford to Wisbech and Cromer to Canvey island

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We employ nearly 4,000 staff and have more than 2,500 dedicated volunteers.

Thank you letters

Check out some of the thank you letters we receive throughout the year and give us your feedback online HERE!

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Summer 2014: One to remember, not one to forget!

We want you and your family to have a safer summer - check out our summer campaign page for tips and information on how to make it a summer to remember and not one to forget.  Don’t forget to follow @EastEnglandAmb on Twitter and follow #999summer during the summer. Please visit the our Facebook page too to post your comments or queries about having a safer summer.

Join the team

Want to join an ambulance service that is moving forward, recruiting more frontline staff and making improvements? Then why not join our team and be part of our transformation. We're currently recruiting emergency medical technicians and student paramedics (North Hertfordshire). For further information and to apply please visit the NHS Jobs website.

Student paramedic recruitment

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We are currently advertising for people that are interested in becoming student paramedics with us in the North Hertfordshire area.

For more information - CLICK HERE.  



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For the latest incident reports and news releases, click on the links below.

Our performance

Map of east of EnglandWe constantly monitor our performance to ensure standards of care are maintained and improved.  

You can view our latest performance figures HERE.  We also publish within our website the Trust's Vital signs.

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