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  • 16 December 2013

    South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) is posting Santa its Christmas wish list to help everyone enjoy a safe and healthy festive period.

  • 11 December 2013

    South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) staff reported more than 100 physical assaults in 2012-13. A total of 111 assaults were reported with close to 60% of these, 65, not involving medical factors.

  • 09 December 2013

    A Westfield man has thanked the ambulance paramedics who came to his aid when he suffered what turned out to be a life-threatening bleed on the brain.

  • 08 December 2013

    Brave 10-year-old Molly Treves from Medway has had to put up with a lot of pain and distress in her young life after being diagnosed with an aggressive childhood cancer when she was just two years old.

  • 05 December 2013

    SECAmb are pleased to confirm their recruitment programme for BSc, DipHE and FdSc Paramedic graduates. We welcome applications from all universities.

  • 21 November 2013

    A Sittingbourne woman who survived a major heart attack three years ago relished the chance to be reunited with and thank the South East Coast Ambulance crew who came to her aid.

  • 21 November 2013

    A Crawley couple and their baby girl have been reunited with the ambulance crew who delivered the now three month old.

  • 01 November 2013

    Katie Butler suffered every young mother’s worst nightmare when her car was severely damaged in an early morning road traffic collision with her four month old daughter Maisey strapped in a car seat in the car.

    Fortunately Katie had done everything right and although she suffered injuries in the collision on Wrotham Road, Gravesend, on May 24, Maisey came through it unscathed and recently she and Maisey, now an energetic nine month old, had the chance to meet the South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) crew that came to their aid.

  • 24 October 2013

    A seven-year-old Sussex boy has been praised by South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) for his brave actions in dialling 999 when his dad suffered a diabetic coma at their St Leonards-on-sea home.

  • 30 September 2013

    Two South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) crews from Ashford, Kent have been named as finalists in the annual Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards for the bravery they showed in tackling a man who had stabbed a teenager.

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