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If you are suffering an injury or illness which is non-life threatening there are other avenues of care available to
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.
‘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.
We would be grateful if you could find a minute or two to fill in our quick patient survey.
The Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of nine new governors to its Council of Governors as follows:
If you’ve had an accident or illness, it can sometimes be difficult to know which NHS service to use and when.
The CCGs want to find out what women think about maternity services in Buckinghamshire or in neighbouring areas, to ensure services are fit for the future.
SCAS now operates the non-emergency Patient Transport Service (PTS) in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire
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