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We are holding our Annual General Meeting and Annual Members Meeting on Wednesday 30 September at The Ark Conference Centre, Dinwoodie Drive in Basingstoke from 3.30pm – 5.30pm.
A Hampshire resident has praised South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) staff who came to his aid after a bad fall whilst outdoors earlier this summer.
People of all ages can get into difficulty in all types of open water including ponds, lakes, rivers, reservoirs, quarries, docks or beach.
Staycations including camping trips are great fun for families but they bring with them the normal dangers that everyone faces outdoors.
Having recognised the severity of the symptoms that Margaret was describing, our trained call handler arranged for an ambulance to be sent to her home.
On a Friday afternoon towards the end of March 2015, Marcus’ seven-year-old daughter was diagnosed with tonsillitis by the family’s GP with a temperature of 40.3
Our staff are sharing their thoughts on why it’s so important for all cyclists and motorcyclists to wear helmets
The beautiful countryside of Bordon will play host to some of Hampshire’s most impressive emergency response vehicles
Having the Co-Responder scheme in Hungerford will complement other schemes which are also in the area helping to save more lives.
The contribution of staff at South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) has been recognised as more patients than ever survive major trauma.
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