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CUTTING EDGE TRAINING TECHNOLOGY ON DISPLAY AT LOCATIONS ACROSS DEVON

CUTTING edge technology that is helping to train the paramedics of the future is going to be on display at locations across Devon and you are invited to come along for a demonstration.

22 March 2017
STUDENT CONFERENCE RECREATES MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

Student paramedics from across the country got hands-on specialist training alongside the professionals at The Better Paramedic conference which was held at the University of the West of England (UWE) Bristol last Saturday 18 March 2017.

20 March 2017
STUDENT CONFERENCE RECREATES MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

Student paramedics from across the country are getting hands-on specialist training alongside the professionals at The Better Paramedic conference which is being held at the University of the West of England (UWE) Bristol on Saturday 18 March 2017.

10 March 2017
INTRODUCING TONY FOX – NEW CHAIRMAN FOR SOUTH WESTERN AMBULANCE SERVICE

SOUTH Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) has a new Chairman, Tony Fox.

Tony takes over from Heather Strawbridge OBE who has served the Trust as Chairman since 2006. During her tenure Heather led SWASFT through its NHS Foundation Trust status and the acquisition of Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

07 March 2017
CUTTING EDGE TRAINING TECHNOLOGY ON DISPLAY AT LOCATIONS ACROSS CORNWALL

CUTTING edge technology that is helping to train the paramedics of the future is going to be on display at locations across Cornwall and you are invited to come along for a demonstration.

06 March 2017
REUNION FOR CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVOR TO BE HELD AT AMESBURY AMBULANCE STATION

When Geraldine (Gerry) Hibberd suddenly felt ill while driving to the local shops on 12 October last year, little did she know that her journey would end at Southampton General Hospital. Pulling into Spire Glass in Amesbury, she knew something was wrong as she struggled to breathe. Her condition became worse and she quickly went into cardiac arrest.

02 March 2017
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DORSET PARAMEDIC IS THE FIRST BRITISH CITIZEN TO RECEIVE HUMANITARIAN AWARD FROM SERBIAN PRESIDENT

A South Western Ambulance Service paramedic and former soldier has travelled to Serbia and become the first British citizen to receive a Humanitarian Award.

Wayne Ingram, who lives in Weymouth, Dorset, joined the ambulance service after leaving the British Army. It was while on patrol with the Army in Bosnia in 2003 that Wayne first met four-year-old Stefan Savic. Stefan had been born with a rare facial cleft that, if left untreated, could have serious health complications, including blindness and the restriction of his airway.

24 February 2017
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CUTTING EDGE TRAINING TECHNOLOGY ON DISPLAY AT LOCATIONS ACROSS DEVON
CUTTING edge technology that is helping to train the paramedics of the future is going to be on display at locations across Devon and you are invited to come along for a demonstration.
22/03/2017

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