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  • 27 March 2018

    A baby who was born in the back of an ambulance en route to hospital has been reunited with the South East Coast Ambulance Service crew who helped deliver him into the world.

  • 27 March 2018

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) is asking for the public’s continued support over what is expected to be a busy Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

  • 22 March 2018

    A Gravesend man who collapsed and suffered a cardiac arrest has been reunited with the South East Coast Ambulance Service team who helped save his life.

  • 18 March 2018

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust was called to a nightclub in Gravesend in the early hours of Sunday morning following reports a car colliding with the building

  • 16 March 2018

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, (SECAmb), is urging the public to use the ambulance service wisely and seek alternatives to 999 if they are not facing a life-threatening or serious emergency.

  • 12 March 2018

    The achievements of South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) staff and volunteers have been celebrated at the second of the Trust’s annual awards ceremonies.

  • 06 March 2018

    The results of the latest national NHS Staff Survey have been published today. Our results can be viewed here: http://www.nhsstaffsurveys.com/Page/1074/Latest-Results/Ambulance-Trusts/

    Commenting on the results SECAmb Chief Executive Daren Mochrie said: “While we have seen improved feedback in some areas, overall our results are disappointing and highlight that we are performing less well than other ambulance services. This confirms that we still have much to do on our improvement journey.

  • 06 March 2018

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, (SECAmb), would like to thank the public for its ongoing support as demand for its service and that of the wider NHS remains high.

  • 02 March 2018

    South East Coast Ambulance Service, (SECAmb), is seeking support by urging the public to seek alternatives to 999 if their emergency isn’t life-threatening or serious.

  • 02 March 2018

    A four-year-old boy from Chatham has been recognised for his actions and quick-thinking which saw him use his mum’s mobile phone to call 999 when she collapsed at home.

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