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With the Easter weekend nearly upon us, South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) would like to remind people to keep safe and well to avoid the need to call an Ambulance over the extended weekend, unless it’s for a serious or life threatening emergency.
Simplified system introduced for England and Wales
Having a defibrillator within a village is really beneficial, and the Hale AED is already on the AED app for smartphones, developed by SCAS.
SCAS designer and photographer Ben Hennessy spent a morning with the HART team in Wraysbury, Berkshire, during the flooding.
Andrew Papalexis was saved by staff in a gym, who used an AED after he collpased.
SCAS has been planting our contribution to the NHS Forest project, planting trees at Ambulance stations across the region, since the end of last year.
Rather than head to A&E, Mary Purnell and her family called 111, and she now tells of the professional and straightforward service she received.
TVACAA to further enhance patient care by becoming the first Air Ambulance to carry an i-Stat on the helicopter.
SCAS Communications Manager Michelle Archer recently had the opportunity of spending a shift with the SCAS Hazardous Area Response Team (HART).
Bransgore Community First Responders recently received a donation from the Tom Langton Fund of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Masonic Grand Charity.
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