Find out more about the symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how to check if you need medical help and who to call.
We have published a new corporate strategy, which outlines our Trust’s priorities for the next five years.
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:
Community First Responders (CFRs) in central Cambridgeshire are trialling the use of a new marked car and patients are a...
A pioneering project that will bring hospital-level stroke care to people’s homes has been launched in Norfolk.
A long-serving clinician with the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has spoken of his pride at being a...
Our latest Quality Account has now been published and contains a wealth of information on the care delivered during 2019...
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This year, due to COVID-19, we are unable to attend schools in person for Restart a Heart Day 2020. To ensure we are still able celebrate the day and raise awareness about life-saving CPR we have pulled together some resources available for download to be used on the day.