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6 January 2020

Free Hospital Parking for Thousands of Patients, Staff and Carers

Disabled people, frequent outpatient attenders, parents of sick children staying overnight and staff working night shifts will not have to pay for NHS car parking ...
27 November 2019

Specialist Training for London Ambulance Staff to Support the Treatment of Terminally Ill Patients

Ambulance crews in the capital have undergone specialist training to ensure that terminally ill people get care that meets their needs but respects their wishes. All ...
31 October 2019

Her Majesty Presents Ambulance Officer with Queen’s Ambulance Medal

Assistant Chief Ambulance Officer, Steve Wheaton, received a Queen’s Ambulance Medal (QAM) from Her Majesty during an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle on 25 October ...
21 October 2019

Contracts Awarded to Deliver Urgent Medicines into UK after Brexit

Three companies have been awarded contracts for the express freight service to deliver medicines and medical products within 24 to 48 hours if there is ...
27 August 2019

NHS Pays Out £92m a Year to Use Private Ambulances

It has been revealed that NHS Ambulance trusts are spending tens of millions of pounds on private ambulances to attend 999 calls. Some trusts have ...
15 August 2019

Multimillion-Pound Upgrades to Help Crews Get Back into the Community Faster

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has upgraded three bases in Essex and Hertfordshire to help crews deliver crucial, life-saving care to ...
26 July 2019

New Base to Provide Access to Life-Saving Care

New £1.1 million base opened in Aberdeen Scottish Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has officially opened a new base for Scotland’s emergency adult retrieval service. Using helicopters, ...
18 July 2019

East Midlands Ambulance Service Earns ‘Good’ Rating From CQC

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) has announced that it has achieved a ‘Good’ overall rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after a recent inspection. As ...
12 July 2019

Are Cuts to Capital Spending Putting Patient Safety at Risk?

Cuts to capital spending are causing England’s NHS trusts to fear for patient safety, trade association NHS Providers has revealed. In order to comply with the ...
5 July 2019

Healthcare Sector Responsible for 4.4% of Global Emissions

The healthcare sectors of 36 countries were collectively responsible for 1.6 gigatonnes of CO2 emissions in 2014 (equivalent to 4.4% of the year’s global total), ...

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    17 January 2020

    Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Related to Air Pollution Could Exceed 160,000 by 2030

    Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air ...
    17 January 2020

    NAO Report on Carillion’s PFI Hospital Contracts

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report on ...
    15 January 2020

    Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

    Formula 1’s ability to find quick solutions is hastening the ...

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    17 January 2020

    Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Related to Air Pollution Could Exceed 160,000 by 2030

    Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air ...
    17 January 2020

    NAO Report on Carillion’s PFI Hospital Contracts

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report on ...
    15 January 2020

    Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

    Formula 1’s ability to find quick solutions is hastening the ...
Scheduled Maintenance We are making some improvements to your service, which will require essential planned maintenance and downtime during the weekend of Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th January 2020. Your service will be offline during the period below:
Planned Start: Saturday 25th January, 09:00 BST | Planned End: Sunday 26th January, 18:00 BST
The downtime will enable a significant upgrade to your service, paving the way for higher performance levels and new features and functionality.

We will be working to ensure that the downtime experienced will be minimal and apologise for any inconvenience which this may cause.

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