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Official Twitter for East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust Not for emergency responses. If you need an ambulance always dial 999. Acct not monitored 24/7
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EEAST Ambulance 1h
Are you ready for the long weekend? Don’t forget that your local pharmacy and 111 are still available this Monday to give you professional advice and over-the-counter treatments!
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It’s Do you live with dementia? Have you ever needed to use the Ambulance service? We’d like to hear your feedback. Find out more at:
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Hi Andy, sorry about that! You should be able to now for the future😊
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Eeva Whybrow 5h
Today's shout out goes to everyone who works for . You guys do amazing job. True heros! Look after yourself and each other.
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EEAST Ambulance 5h
Hi Andy, thanks for getting in touch. I hope your dad is feeling better? If you could DM us with a bit more info we can get this passed on for you😊
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Matt Morton-Withers 7h
I popped over to see the girls from Rainbow Girl Guides in March yesterday evening and taught them some life saving skills. They made me this card too as a thank you was lovely. I had such a great time and they were amazing. 😊🚑
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EEAST Ambulance May 23
Dorothy Hosein, Interim CEO recently visited our HQ to meet with staff including Sally Bennett, PTS Team Leader
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WestSuffolkCCG May 23
Keep a note of the pharmacy nearest to you that'll be open on the bank holiday Monday May 27.
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Rebecca Dawson May 23
EEAST CFRs - please join us for Volunteers Week Afternoon Teas - Thank you for everything you do
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EEAST Ambulance May 23
We love reading ALL of our ’s but sometimes there is one that stands out. This week it comes from a couple of new parents in who wanted to thank the crew and call handler that helped to deliver their baby boy! 👶💚
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EEAST Ambulance May 22
Do you care for someone with dementia? Have you ever needed to call the ambulance service for them? We’d like to hear your feedback. Find out more at:
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EEAST Primary & Urgent Care May 22
Advanced wound closure session in this afternoon in full swing
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EEAST Ambulance May 22
In one week we will be at the alongside our colleagues. If you’re planning what to do this why not come along to the show and chat to !
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@EEAST_OperationsSupport May 22
Great to see the immense effort going into our new build with some great lean production efficiencies seen to ensure we get 6 vehicles a week whilst accommodating the latest revisions. The next few weeks will be busy for us all.
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PC Clare Bailey May 22
Visit your emergency services in George Yard, Braintree 1000-1300. Discuss issues with your community policing team, get advice from Essex fire service or have your blood pressure checked with the ambulance service. We are waiting to meet you!
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EEAST Ambulance May 22
We are in today at 10am - 1pm alongside our community police colleagues. If you're in the area, come along and get free blood pressure check with Esther and Becky from !
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Nicola Turner May 21
Some of the fantastic call handlers receiving their awards for highly compliant calls. awards given out. Well deserved!
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EEAST Ambulance May 21
Have you called 999 and then realised an ambulance is no longer required, or the patient’s condition has changed? These are examples of when it is appropriate to call us back and let us know, NOT to find out how long we will be.
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EEAST Ambulance May 21
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Commercial Training May 21
Another AED installed - this time at Byfords Food. Coutesy of Leigh on Sea Rotary. Mike from our Commercial Training team did the all-important AED and Basic Life Support training. Congrats and thanks to Byfords and everyone!
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