Whether you are a pedestrian, motorist, cyclist or motorcyclist, there are steps you can take to remain as safe as possible when travelling in urban and rural locations
Reading FC also showed SCAS videos on the stadium screens highlighting the Trust’s work and the consequences of misuse of the 999 number.
Road users want to help us en route to an emergency on 'blues and twos’, yet many remain confused about what they should do.
On Saturday 11 April 2015 Reading Football Club will welcome us to the Madejski Stadium as special guests at their match against Blackburn Rovers.
It’s also a good idea to spring clean your medicine cabinet before Easter to make sure that your tablets, ointments and sprays for example, are all in date.
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There are steps that people of all ages should take to ensure that they can contact emergency services quickly should they need to,
SCAS has operated the Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service in Milton Keynes, providing transport to people who are unable to use public or other transport
Over the Spring season we will be highlighting a variety of health and wellbeing messages.
The project won the prestigious Royal College of Midwives Excellence in Maternity Care Award at a national ceremony held earlier this month.
CFR's provide assistance in a medical emergency that starts and maintains the chain of survival in cardiac arrest patients until the ambulance crew arrives.
Everyone is invited to attend the first Oxfordshire patient forum on Tuesday 17 March.
We are inviting professionals and the public to attend our first Berkshire patient forum on Thursday 5 March.
We need your feedback on our services. Please take some time to let us know how we are doing.
Following talks between unions and the government we would like to confirm that today's Industrial Action has been suspended.
This trial, led by the University of Warwick, aims to improve the outcome for patients suffering cardiac arrest outside of the hospital environment
If you are suffering an injury or illness which is non-life threatening then please use the most appropriate service available to you.
We are proud to announce improvements after successfully retaining the contract to provide services in a competitive bidding process.
‘Outstanding’ was the CQC’s verdict at the Quality summit on the exceptional care and compassion that SCAS staff demonstrate as they care for their patients, treating them with extreme sensitivity, dignity and respect.
We are continuing to experience increased levels of demand so please do not to call us unless it is a life threatening situation.
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