Trust welcomes national ambulance service culture report

We provide a response to the report as we continue to improve the culture of our Trust

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Clinical hubs benefitting patients and reducing demand on A&E

Partnership work delivering positive early results

Clinical hubs benefitting patients and reducing demand on A&E

SECAmb signs Sexual Safety Charter

SECAmb signs new NHS Sexual Safety Charter

SECAmb signs new NHS Sexual Safety Charter

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27 February 2024

Study into use of video streaming technology during 999 calls published

Innovative technology enabling ambulance service dispatchers to view footage from the scene of trauma incidents via video live streaming from mobile phones is feasible to implement and evaluate, a new study led by the University of Surrey and funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research, reveals. Such technology, used via 999 callers’ smartphones, could aid emergency med

26 February 2024

New cards to help deliver instant patient feedback

Patients will soon be able to instantly provide feedback on the care given to them with the introduction of new feedback cards on every South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) ambulance. The small business cards, which are expected to be on board ambulances in the coming weeks, feature a QR code allowing patients to scan it with a smart device, if they have one. The QR code will then

26 February 2024

Control room manager retires after 36 years’ service

A long-serving control room manager has retired from South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) after a career spanning five decades.

21 February 2024

SECAmb paramedics win regional research award

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) paramedics delivering the PARAMEDIC-3 Trial have won the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network Kent, Surrey and Sussex Research Support Award 2023. The awards exist to thank colleagues who do not have a formal role in research activity but have provided essential support to conduct research. Thi

20 February 2024

Volunteer film highlights importance of bystander CPR

A short film highlighting the importance of bystander CPR and the use of public access defibrillators has been produced by Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells Community First Responder, (CFR), team. The volunteer team is one of close to 60 teams which is trained by and works with South East Coast Ambulance Service, with responders attending certain emergencies and providing vital, often life-s

15 February 2024

Trust’s response to national report into the culture of the ambulance service

13 February 2024

Clinical hubs benefitting patients and reducing demand on A&E

Two clinical co-ordination hubs set up as trials by South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, (SECAmb), in partnership with NHS Trusts in Kent, have been extended having delivered positive early results.

12 February 2024

Chief Finance Office to take up new role in Blackpool

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