3 words can save lives

The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has invested in new technology to increase its response time to patients in hard to reach locations.

‘Where’s the emergency?’ is one of the first questions you are asked when calling 999 but saying exactly where you are can be challenging. Emergencies can happen anywhere, from Northumberland countryside to heritage North East beaches; these all present a challenge to locate patients in rural areas for NEAS.

Save the date: NEAS is hosting its first virtual annual general meeting and annual members meeting

Taking place on Thursday 24 September 2020

Save the date: North East Ambulance Service's virtual Annual General Meeting and Annual Members’ Meeting – 24 September 2020, 3pm – 4:30pm.

Annual equality report unveiled

As an organisation, it’s important for us that staff feel able to bring their whole self to work without fear of prejudice and that all patients can access our services.

NEAS leaders pledge to act against racism by the book

Senior managers across the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) have pledged to raise the profile of race equality in the service – and started by launching a book club with around two dozen titles on race and racism.

Following the high-profile Black Lives Matter movement over the summer and evidence emerging of the greater impact of Covid-19 on Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people, senior leaders at NEAS have pledged to follow up more than 30 actions and activities already identified.

Council of Governors

2020 Elections

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Staff Awards 

Nominations are now open  

 

Have you received exceptional care from our staff, did they go beyond the call of duty to help?

If so you can nominate them for an award in our annual staff recognition programme

Click here or on the image below to go to the nomination form

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