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Baby sepsis survivor reunited with team that saved her life

Baby Esme on the road to full recovery

A baby who contracted sepsis at just 13 days old has been reunited with the clinicians who saved her life.

Tooth fairies hit Holy Island in disguise as a paramedic and a coastguard

Team effort helps five-year-old Anya

A Gateshead family has been reunited with a paramedic and coastguard rescue officer, to say thank you, after their five-year-old daughter fell ill on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.

New specialist service for terminally ill patients in North East

Second ambulance service in the UK to create dedicated end of life service

A specialist ambulance service will soon be available to ensure the wishes of terminally ill patients in the North East are respected.

New ambulance service standards announced

New standards focus on ensuring patients get rapid life-changing care rather than simply “stopping the clock”

North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (NEAS) has welcomed the introduction of new system of national ambulance response standards aimed to ensure the most appropriate response is sent to a patient rather than the fastest one.

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