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8 February 2016

Donated defibrillator to make Horsham safer

A defibrillator funded by a donation made by a cardiac arrest survivor has been installed at an entrance to Swan Walk in Horsham, West Sussex. The life-saving equipment, which can be used by anyone if someone suffers a cardiac arrest, has been placed at the West Street entrance to Swan Walk, next to Wilkinsons. The town centre is now covered by defibrillator

8 February 2016

Cardiac survey

Critical Care Paramedic Phill Richardson from Paddock Wood Make Ready is doing a survey on cardiac arrest handovers as part of his MSc dissertation module. He would be grateful if any staff could support his project by completing the following short survey in the coming weeks at

5 February 2016

Increase in Flu Activity

We are approaching what is considered historically the height of the flu season and national reports are showing an increase in flu activity over the past two weeks. The Department of Health has issued a letter given permission for antiviral medicines to be prescribed to those patients presenting with flu like symptoms which is always an indicator that flu a

1 February 2016

Trust Moves to REAP 4

Message from the Executive Team Dear Colleagues, As many of you will be aware, we are currently seeing extraordinarily high levels of demand, as well as a continuing rise in handover delays at hospital. Therefore, the Exec Team have today decided to move to REAP Level 4.

31 May 2015

Announcement regarding Paul Sutton

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust announces that Chief Executive Paul Sutton has now left the Trust to pursue other interests. The Trust would like to thank Paul for his contribution to the developments and achievements of the Trust over the past 10 years. The process for finding a permanent replacement

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