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Ambulance crews to move into new ambulance centre in Gillingham

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Trust extends use of body worn cameras

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6 June 2023

Ambulance crews to move into new ambulance centre in Gillingham

Ambulance crews will begin to move into South East Coast Ambulance Service’s new multi-purpose ambulance centre in Gillingham this week. Operational staff from the Trust’s Medway Operational Unit are expected to begin to move into the new centre from Thursday (8 June). Ambulance crews currently starting and ending their shifts at Medway Ambulance Station in Chatham will instead start and

5 June 2023

Trust extends use of body worn cameras to additional locations

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) is extending the availability of body worn cameras for its frontline crews to more sites across its region. The cameras, which aim to reduce violence and aggression towards ambulance crews, and which are for voluntary use by staff, will be available across all of the Trust’s reporting sites and a total of 25 Trust locations

31 May 2023

Learn to save a life with Restart a Heart Week this October

26 May 2023

SECAmb celebrates and thanks volunteers

18 May 2023

Dover man jailed for nuisance calls to emergency services

A Dover man who bombarded emergency services with abusive and threatening calls has been jailed. Douglas White made multiple calls to Kent Police, South East Coast Ambulance Service as well as other NHS services between 10 January and 14 April 2023. During some of the calls he would remain silent, but on other occasions, he would not let the call-taker speak and would shout abuse

12 May 2023

First SECAmb staff complete Apprentice Paramedic Programme

The first cohort of South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) staff to undertake the Trust’s Level 6 Degree Apprenticeship Paramedic Programme have been recognised at a special ceremony to celebrate the completion of their journey to becoming a Paramedic. The programme, delivered in partnership with the University of Cumbria, sees staff complete their paramedic edu

10 May 2023

Life-saving ambulance crew celebrate at cardiac arrest survivor’s wedding

An ambulance crew who saved the life of an East Sussex man were delighted to celebrate with him on his wedding day. Chris Hinchcliffe, now aged 37, from Etchingham, collapsed in front of South East Coast Ambulance crew Tim Hodgson and Laura Huggett as they were assessing him for chest pain at his home on 26 October 2020. The pair were delighted to be invited to join Chris and wife

3 May 2023

Stay safe and support the ambulance service throughout the Coronation weekend

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