Coronavirus - #StayAlert
Find out more about the symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how to check if you need medical help and who to call.
From qualified paramedics and EMTs delivering outstanding care, our patient transport teams who take our non-emergency patients to hospital appointments, through to our Make-Ready operatives who stock and clean our emergency vehicles. Plus more apprenticeships and support roles.
Emergency services should only be your first choice when it’s a life-threatening emergency. For everything else you can go to an Urgent Treatment Centre, your GP or a pharmacist. If you’re not sure where’s best for you, call NHS 111 or go online:
- Aug 02nd
Tom Abell has today (2 August) taken up his post as chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (...
- Jul 30th
GoodSAM volunteer, and EEAST Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Martin Grove now has his own defibrillator to use when ...
- Jul 29th
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) is encouraging the public to use NHS 111 online for medical advice, ...
- Jul 28th
Additional Lifesaving Equipment for Felixstowe, thanks to Felixstowe Community First Responders and the Rotary Club of Felixstowe
During 2021, the Felixstowe Community First Responders (CFRs) have embarked upon a variety of fundraising activities in ...
New InTouch EEAST newsletter
Sign up for our new InTouch EEAST newsletter and let us keep you up-to-date and informed with EEAST news and updates
A message from our Trust BME Network...
Want to be at the heart of your community?
Volunteer your time and join our amazing team of Community First Responders (CFR) in your area.