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Patient transport service changes

Physical distancing measures come to an end on patient transport vehicles this week

From Wednesday, 18 May, North East Ambulance Service will begin transporting multiple patients on scheduled care ambulances again now that there is no longer a national requirement to undertake physical distancing on scheduled care services. 

New ambulance call centre opens in Teesside

New call handling team joins clinician team at Winter House

A brand-new team of health advisors is ready to take the region’s 999 and 111 calls from Teesside from this week.

Frontline ambulance service staff honoured for dedication to service

Twenty-eight frontline emergency care employees at North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) have received The Ambulance Service (Emergency Duties) Long Service and Good Conduct Medal for their dedication to their roles at an NHS Ambulance Service. 

North East Ambulance Service paramedic raising awareness of veteran homelessness by sleeping rough

Imagine being homeless and sleeping on the streets with just cardboard and a thin blanket to keep you warm at night, after serving your country as a member of the armed forces.

Darlington paramedic Kevin Cudbertson will find out first hand when he spends the night outside North East Ambulance Service’s headquarters in Newcastle to raise awareness of veteran homelessness.

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