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  • 26 January 2017

    Trust response to National Audit Office report on NHS Ambulance Services

    Please attribute to a South East Coast Ambulance Service spokesperson:

    “SECAmb broadly welcomes the focus this report brings on the challenges facing the ambulance service.

  • 13 January 2017

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) has appointed a new interim Medical Director.

  • 03 January 2017

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) has appointed a new Chief Executive. Following a robust recruitment and selection process, today (Wednesday 4 January) the Trust’s Chairman Sir Peter Dixon announced that Daren Mochrie will be joining SECAmb.

  • 01 January 2017

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) would like to thank its staff and volunteers for their efforts during what was, as ever, an extremely busy Christmas and New Year.

  • 01 January 2017

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is continuing to experience very high levels of demand today (1 January 2017). The level of demand is affecting the service’s ability to respond to some calls and the public are asked to think carefully as to whether they need to call for an ambulance.

  • 31 December 2016

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is continuing to experience high levels of demand, which is affecting its ability to respond quickly to 999 emergencies.

  • 26 December 2016

    South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is facing significant demand currently which is affecting its ability to respond quickly to 999 emergencies.

  • 13 December 2016

    With Christmas just around the corner SECAmb is asking for the public’s support during what is always a busy time of the year...

  • 09 December 2016

    SECAmb is offering a one-day Emergency First Aid Training Course at its Make Ready Centres...

  • 23 November 2016

    Possibly one of the worst places to suffer a cardiac arrest could be in a narrow house barge moored at low tide.

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