The Department of Health is relaunching its highly successful
Stroke - Act FAST campaign this week to help members of the public
recognise the signs of Stroke and know what to do.
Only a hospital test can confirm a stroke for sure, but it's
important to know the signs, and be able to respond quickly, if you
suspect someone is having a stroke. If you would like any more
information you can visit the official NHS Act FAST Page here
An easy way of remembering the signs and how
to act is ...
Bob Neill, MP for Bromley and Chislehurst, visited his local ambulance station in St Pauls Cray on Friday (27 January) and joined a crew for a shift to see for himself how the Service works.
Two talented ambulance men will perform in front of millions during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Games.
‘Please use us wisely and only call 999 with life-threatening emergencies’ – that’s the message from the London Ambulance Service as snow is predicted to hit the capital this weekend.
The emergency services will practise their response to a major incident during the London 2012 Games when a large scale exercise is staged this week.
SECAmb has been chosen by NHS Sussex to provide a new Patient Transport Service
Student paramedics give out Valentine's Day cards containing advice on how to keep a healthy heart and how to spot the signs of a heart attack
PERFORMANCE: London Ambulance Service Trust lost dozens of 999 calls after an IT problem caused by the switch from British Summer Time, it has been revealed.