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Cyberabad Police Aug 10
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Jules Swain Aug 7
Well typically because I’m back at work, the weather’s gonna be glorious innit?! 😎 Today, I’m Operational Commander, starting the day off with a brew while I get chance. Have a safe day, people! πŸš‘
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Dan Gray 14h
you worked hard today to keep the cool.
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Dublin Fire Brigade Aug 10
Emma, a nurse from Tallaght Hospital Emergency Department () on board one of our ambulances today. We regularly host medical professionals to further their training & experience and the learning works both ways πŸš’ πŸš‘
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The AACE Aug 10
Real dedication and sacrifice during from Trainee Emergency Crew member Hina. Thank you Hina. Medic reunited with family after being separated since the start of lockdown. >>
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Aghedo Princewill 21h
If you own a car and you hear the sound of an siren, do well to give way for them irrespective of whether you feel the alarm is real or not. We understand that many abuse in , but please give way whenever you hear an siren. Every sec count
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Stephen Mcdonnell 23h
Well I’m officially over the hill and unfortunately working through it with on serving and protecting the public of in a job I’m dedicated too. so this his me saying sending the love and
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Balakrishna - The Journalist Aug 6
An gets stuck in the rally of JC Prabhakar Reddy. Followers of JC Prabhakar Reddy held a massive rally from Prison after he and his son were released on bail.
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Tracey Jane Austin 16h
Work family are the best πŸ’šπŸ’š
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Lee Brooks Aug 9
This story should remind us how vlauable our is to our way of life as a patient on Spain's Costa del Sol breaks ankle and ambulance costs her 780 euros to get to hospital
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A. Paramedics Of BC Aug 10
It's where we feature an in . Meet Megan, a based in . Megan for providing a vital role in the health care system.
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TASC The Ambulance Staff Charity Aug 7
We are dedicated to supporting our community in their time of need, including and independent , retirees, their family members and UK ambulance . For a full list of who we can help, visit:
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The National Ambulance Resilience Unit 18h
NARU develops and produces a broad range of aids and operational (for example National Major Incident Action Cards) which are used daily by thousands of staff. More details at
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Andrew Beardsley Aug 8
Are you able to remain calm under pressure, multitask & make quick decisions? Can you help us provide the best possible care for our patients? We are recruiting Dispatchers at our Control Room. Come & join our team!
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afsarkodlipet Aug 10
Inauguration of free service for -19 patients by , Mysore. Number #97401036101 for Ambulance service & other -19 related issues.
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The National Ambulance Resilience Unit 23h
Our interoperable covers specialist operations staff giving the specialist response to incidents where , Biological, Radiological, & Explosives are present. Read more about our approach at
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The Occupational Therapy Hub Aug 6
πŸš‘ A Day in the Life of an working in an Service! Criteria, assessments and a case study! supported 'Christine' at home, without needing hospital admission:
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The National Ambulance Resilience Unit Aug 10
Expertise in specialist service delivery: NARU comprises a team of subject matter experts and support staff to deliver its core functions, enabling it to effectively represent the Ambulance Service and support the local delivery of . >>
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UK Life Medics Aug 9
Another busy weekend in UKLM! We are glad to be back and having socially distanced event cover that's safe and clean at all times. Any questions do not hesitate to contact us! Big thank you to the staff!
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The National Ambulance Resilience Unit 16h
The 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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