Find out about the awareness and health campaigns run and supported by EEAST on a variety of topics.

These can range from how to recognise the symptoms of a stroke and when to call 999, to knowing where your nearest community public access defibrillator is located.

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It's your call

Our 'It's your call' campaign helps inform people and educate others on how 999 calls are handled and prioritised so that in the event of a medical problem, they feel better equipped to know what to do.

Their Life Your Hands

Their Life, Your Hands

Last year we’ve launched our ‘Their Life, Your Hands’ campaign to get people thinking where their nearest community public access defibrillator is located - and also to help take the fear out having to use one should the situation arise.

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Be Clear on Cancer campaign

Be Clear on Cancer is a campaign to raise public awareness of the key signs and symptoms of cancer and to prompt those with the relevant symptoms to visit their GP and explain the benefits of doing so. Visit their site for information.

F.A.S.T Stroke Campaign

F.A.S.T. The National Stroke Campaign

Information about Stroke, how to recognise the symptions and what action to take if you think someone has had a stroke. Visit the Act F.A.S.T website.

World Sepsis Day


Do you know how to spot this deadly blood disease that kills 37,000 people a year in the UK alone?

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The British Heart Foundation’s campaign to highlight compression-only life saving skills is back, and is being backed by the ambulance service. View more information here.

Related pages

East of England Ambulance Headquarters
Whiting Way
Sat Nav postcode SG8 6NA