Our 'It's your call' campaign helps inform people and educate how 999 calls are handled and prioritised so that in the event of a medical problem, you feel better equipped to know what to do.
We are urging all secondary schools in our region to sign up to a lifesaving lesson for 2020.
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:
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has signed up to the new ReSPECT process that provides a written re...
A dispatch team has been shortlisted for a national award that aims to recognise the work of control room stars.
The head chef at a Norfolk hotel has been commended by the East of England Ambulance Service after saving the life of a ...
Please read our statement in response to the Extinction Rebellion roadblock protests in Cambridge.
Would you like you get involved and help our research team?
Are you aged 16 – 25 yrs and have used EEAST services for your mental health in the last year?
With hundreds of community public access defibrillators across the region, we need your help to keep track of where they are across the east of England by registering them with us using our online form.