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London Ambulance Service Nov 22
Our Advanced in Critical Care (APP-CC) treat the most seriously ill and injured patients. Each shift there'll also be an APP-CC working in our control room to provide advice to crews and patients via the phone and to dispatch fellow APPs to incidents.
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Anne Chow Nov 23
Goosebumps. It truly has been the year of the first responder 🚨. To our customers and every other public servant, thank you for being there, 24/7/365.
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Stephen Sandford Nov 27
Widening roles for and great to see that include in our new directorate
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London Ambulance Service HART Nov 24
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Sascha B 🚑🏥👩🏼‍🎓wear a mask 🙏🏻😷 Nov 24
Thanks for setting out such a clear & sensible assessment of s20. And thanks so much to both you and for putting such huge effort into helping understand the law & ethics that we work under 🙏
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James Pearce Nov 24
Replying to @LiamLangford
can learn a lot from other health disciplines, as they can learn from us. Break down the silos! Interdisciplinary education and care to improve patient outcomes like this. Well done team 👍
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Dr Peter Nov 23
Replying to @TMakrides @ProfNewtCoP
These types of studies do make a difference to in the longer-term. Congratulations Andy and team.
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Lucas Hawkes-Frost Nov 26
Fascinating conversation with our paramedic and Dr colleagues in Kenya. Progressive and based on a drive to improve care and improve outcomes. Well done to the team! Looking forward to seeing how we can collaborate and support !
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Region of Waterloo Paramedic Services Nov 24
Applications now open! are looking for motivated, skilled and eager to join our team! If you have or will graduate in 2021, come join our dynamic urban/rural service. Applications close Dec 8/20.
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The National Ambulance Resilience Unit Nov 24
. 's Command & Control Capability aims to deploy specially trained and equipped as quickly and safely as possible to treat patients, save lives and extricate people from the scene effectively. Learn more at
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Association of Ambulance Chief Executives Nov 27
. are part of an pilot enabling Specialist to rotate around the system, including time in practices and the . Learn how further developed this model at
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Association of Ambulance Chief Executives Nov 24
The Improvement Programme at provides their mobile & clinicians with improved visibility and accessibility to appropriate for . See how this is working well at
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County of Simcoe Nov 27
. kicked off the 18th annual on Nov. 16, so far collecting 37 toys, 100 lbs of food, & over $4,000 in cash & gift cards. Tomorrow will be collecting donations on Nov. 28 at the from 10am-2pm.
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Association of Ambulance Chief Executives Nov 25
A new pilot will see Service working in surgeries across the borough of to help improve and reduce the pressures on GPs this winter. >
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EEAST Primary & Urgent Care Nov 23
Great dealing with you today - looking forward to sharing the exciting plans with our dedicated & here at . Spreading excellence in wound management, improving the care we provide our patients 👍🚑
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LAS Cycle Team Nov 27
ITS NEARLY CHRISTMAS! (Sorry!) Another busy shift in London but our fab Fran and Rachel managed a quick photo! Fab photo ladies!
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Steven Gorman Nov 23
Fantastic opportunity in for existing working closely with colleagues
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Jamie Miles Nov 23
This is a fantastic opportunity for !! Please consider it! There’s still time!
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Jamie Miles Nov 26
is delivering a brilliant presentation on !!! If you’re not watching live, DEFINITELY catch up. is going to change the game for stroke care for over the next few years. The talk is inspiring and has got me excited about it!
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Aston Nov 22
Slightly off subject & I may be wrong but I think either do currently (or did) have paired with both out on the road and in 999 control to support MH crisis patients. An amazing MDT approach which is absolutely the way forward. Needed in A&E too X
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