Emergency Care award winner

This award recognises an individual who has demonstrated a clear commitment to delivering compassionate care to patients and their families in an emergency care setting. 

Widely respected by paramedics on the road and hospital staff alike, senior paramedic Steven Miles works on the Critical Care Ambulance Response Unit (CARU) from headquarters, managing and delivering critical care support when needed.

Crews regularly request his help and Steve enjoys an unprecedented number of appreciations from staff and patients for the exceptional compassion, leadership, commitment and clinical expertise he shows.

Steve’s patient return of spontaneous circulation rate (ROSC) is unmatched within NEAS and there are many examples of where he has directly contributed to saving the lives of patients presenting with cardiac arrest and other critical conditions.

Acknowledged by those nominating him as a natural leader in highly charged and emotive emergency situations, Steve loves passing on his knowledge to others and is recognised as a ‘go to’ person at NEAS for advice on cardiac arrest, critical care and ECG analysis.

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