A night of drink and drugs ends in violence against three ambulance crews

Staff required hospital treatment and two ambulances were destroyed

Three ambulance crews were violently assaulted on Saturday night in separate incidents across the North East region, putting two staff in hospital, according to reports from the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS).

Ambulance surprise for superstar six-year-old

Paramedics say thank you for fund-raising effort

A six-year-old from Longhoughton who took on a mammoth fundraising cycling challenge throughout May received a surprise visit from his local ambulance service to say thank you.

A conversation with the Prime Minister

Some of our staff virtually met Boris Johnson this week.

Earlier this week Boris Johnson requested an audience with some of our staff to say thank you to them and everyone in our service for their hard work over the past few months.

‘Bubble screen’ creates additional protection for ambulance volunteers and patients

North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) is introducing plastic screening for its team of volunteer drivers to help keep them and their patients safe amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

More than 150 people volunteer with NEAS as ambulance car service (ACS) drivers, using their own vehicles to help transport patients to and from hospitals and clinics, which keeps ambulances free for emergencies and for patients too ill to travel by car.

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Staff Awards 

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