News

Press releases
CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVOR, IAN, REUNITED WITH LIFESAVING SWASFT CREW

A father-of-two who survived a cardiac arrest has been reunited with the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) paramedics and the Avon and Somerset Police officers who saved his life at a roadside layby.

17 January 2018
CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVOR, IAN, TO MEET CREW WHO SAVED HIS LIFE

A father-of-two who survived a cardiac arrest is to be reunited with the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) paramedics and the Avon and Somerset Police officers who saved his life at a roadside layby.

16 January 2018
PARAMEDIC CANCER CARE AT HOME

A ground-breaking new project will benefit cancer patients across the South West so they can be treated in their own homes by highly-skilled paramedics.

This is the first time an ambulance service and Macmillan Cancer Support have worked together to train and support paramedics and clinicians to deliver care for cancer patients.

15 January 2018
999 ACADEMY NOW OPEN FOR NEW RECRUITS

The 999 Academy was launched in 2011 and was the first of its kind in the United Kingdom, bringing together all four emergency services (Devon & Cornwall Police, Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service, HM Coastguard and South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundatio Trust) and a further education provider (Petroc).

11 January 2018
Email this page Print page

News

CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVOR, IAN, REUNITED WITH LIFESAVING SWASFT CREW
A father-of-two who survived a cardiac arrest has been reunited with the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) paramedics and the Avon and Somerset Police officers who saved his life at a roadside layby.
17/01/2018

How can we make this page better?
Captcha Test Image
Rounded corners
Rounded corners
 
© South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust 2018 Design by Precedent | Powered by Sitekit