The Spinnaker Tower soars above Portsmouth Harbour and is taller than the London Eye, Blackpool Tower and Big Ben
Every year out-of-hospital ventricular fibrillation cardiac arrests kill hundreds of thousands of people worldwide
Some 26 organisations, as well as patient groups, have been involved in the drafting of a new Concordat that describes the shared vision for improving care
Like all the emergency services we are experiencing a high volume of calls, and are utilising all available resources to maintain our levels of service and care provision to the community.
HART have proved that a close knit team working with 999 services can ensure high quality care is given to patients as soon as possible
Fair Oak Junior pupils Phoebe Moulton and Jo-Jo Muenprom recently won the Trust’s ‘Name The Bear’ competition.
Flood water can be unpredictable and can present many hazards. Over the last month we have seen an increase in calls to water related incidents.
We were privileged to host a visit from the MP for West Oxfordshire and Prime Minister David Cameron this afternoon.
In this News Release we focus on ‘Be neighbourly’, reminding people to look out for their neighbours, and themselves during the winter months:
Our three-step winter guidance reminds people to ‘Be aware, Be prepared and Be neighbourly'
With winter now upon us and demand on ambulance services on the increase we would like to encourage members of the public to prepare for the festive season
South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) is pleased to announce the results of the Governor’s Election 2013.
SCAS welcomes six new governors
We are pleased to announce the winner and the two runners-up of our Name the bear competition.
We have received 47 entries and we would like to offer thanks to all the schools that took part in the competition.
Contributions from the Parish, Borough and County councils have enabled the village to purchase and install the AED
Tuesday 3 December from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at Hampshire County Council, Elizabeth II Court, Winchester, SO23 8UJ.
The Community Chest scheme is designed to support grass-roots activities in Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.
The app, which identifies over 600 AEDs could help local people save the life of a person suffering sudden cardiac arrest.
Remember that preparation is key to enjoying fireworks safely. read our helpful list to get it right.
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