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11 April 2016

Statement in relation to Patient Transport Service in Sussex

“We are extremely disappointed to read the media release issued by Coperforma Ltd today (11 April). “SECAmb acted professionally throughout the transfer process and we are extremely proud of the service of our staff over many years. We typically provided approximately 25,000 journeys per month, taking patients to and from their home as well as a wide range of destinations including acute hospital

10 April 2016

Incident Resourcing & Deployment SOP

Following a review and consultation with the Joint Partnership Forum, the Trust’s Incident Resourcing Deployment policy has been revised and updated. The document is out for consultation with the whole Trust up to and including Friday, 28 April. Please visit the Have Your Say section of the staff zone to read the policy and let us know what you think using the online survey, here: https://www.sur

10 April 2016

Incident Resourcing & Deployment SOP

Following a review and consultation with the Joint Partnership Forum, the Trust’s Incident Resourcing Deployment policy has been revised and updated. The document is out for consultation with the whole Trust up to and including Friday, 28 April. Please visit the Have Your Say section of the staff zone to read the policy and let us know what you think using the online survey, here: https://www.sur

10 April 2016

Incident Resourcing & Deployment SOP

Following a review and consultation with the Joint Partnership Forum, the Trust’s Incident Resourcing Deployment policy has been revised and updated. The document is out for consultation with the whole Trust up to and including Friday, 28 April. Please visit the Have Your Say section of the staff zone to read the policy and let us know what you think using the online survey, here: https://www.sur

8 April 2016

SECAmb takes delivery of high tech ‘concept’ ambulance

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) took a step into the future taking delivery of a new ‘concept’ ambulance to meet the demands of an evolving service. The Trust became the first ambulance Trust in Europe to trial the advanced Ferno Integrated Patient Transport System (IPTS). SECAmb was selected as the nominated partner and clinical beta testing site for the system. At the centre of the d

8 April 2016

SECAmb takes delivery of high tech ‘concept’ ambulance

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) took a step into the future taking delivery of a new ‘concept’ ambulance to meet the demands of an evolving service. The Trust became the first ambulance Trust in Europe to trial the advanced Ferno Integrated Patient Transport System (IPTS). SECAmb was selected as the nominated partner and clinical beta testing site for the system. At the centre of the d

8 April 2016

SECAmb takes delivery of high tech ‘concept’ ambulance

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) took a step into the future taking delivery of a new ‘concept’ ambulance to meet the demands of an evolving service. The Trust became the first ambulance Trust in Europe to trial the advanced Ferno Integrated Patient Transport System (IPTS). SECAmb was selected as the nominated partner and clinical beta testing site for the system. At the centre of the d

8 April 2016

SECAmb takes delivery of high tech ‘concept’ ambulance

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) took a step into the future taking delivery of a new ‘concept’ ambulance to meet the demands of an evolving service. The Trust became the first ambulance Trust in Europe to trial the advanced Ferno Integrated Patient Transport System (IPTS). SECAmb was selected as the nominated partner and clinical beta testing site for the system. At the centre of the d

8 April 2016

SECAmb takes delivery of high tech ‘concept’ ambulance

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) took a step into the future taking delivery of a new ‘concept’ ambulance to meet the demands of an evolving service. The Trust became the first ambulance Trust in Europe to trial the advanced Ferno Integrated Patient Transport System (IPTS). SECAmb was selected as the nominated partner and clinical beta testing site for the system. At the centre of the d

6 April 2016

Statement regarding recent media coverage of the new Patient Transport Service contract in Sussex

South East Coast Ambulance Service wishes to clarify that the transition plan for the Patient Transport Service required that the data transfer for patients was the responsibility of the Patient Transport Bureau (PTB). The PTB is independent of our organisation and maintained the full database of patient journeys. We acted professionally throughout the transfer process and we are very proud of the

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