We run awareness campaigns about when to use our service, give seasonal advice, promote how to recognise the symptoms of a stroke or sepsis, and knowing where your nearest community defibrillator can be found.
We also support health awareness days from the wider NHS and charities.
We've launched a campaign highlighting the unacceptable physical and verbal abuse our staff receive.
Do you want to know more about 999 calls, and when you should make one?
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
We launched our ‘Their Life, Your Hands’ 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.
For information about stroke, how to recognise the symptoms and what action to take if you think someone has had a stroke.
Do you know how to spot this deadly blood disease that kills 44,000 people a year in the UK alone? Find out what sepsis is and what to look for.