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  • London paramedic helps typhoon victims London paramedic helps typhoon victims
    A paramedic has travelled to the Philippines as part of a disaster response team to help those affected by Tyhoon Haiyan.
    4 December 2013
  • Our winter plans Our winter plans
    The London Ambulance Service has plans in place to enable it to continue to provide a safe service to Londoners as it, and the rest of the NHS, gear up for an extremely busy winter.
    28 November 2013
  • Cycle responders pedal their way to national health award Cycle responders pedal their way to national health award
    A team of London Ambulance Service medics on cycles have won a top health service award for making a difference to the treatment provided to patients.
    27 November 2013
  • Cardiac arrest survivor learns lifesaving skills Cardiac arrest survivor learns lifesaving skills
    A cardiac arrest survivor learnt lifesaving skills with her friends and family at a training session in Bromley last week (19 November).
    25 November 2013
  • Twitter Alerts Twitter Alerts
    London Ambulance Service is one of the first 999 services to sign up for Twitter Alerts and is one of 47 organisations which can send Twitter Alerts as a text message, highlighted tweet or app notification in times of crisis.
    18 November 2013
  • Callers' views vital to drive ambulance service improvements Callers' views vital to drive ambulance service improvements
    The London Ambulance Service will be carrying out a survey early next year to find out what people who call 999 think about the care they receive.
    11 November 2013
  • We Remember We Remember
    London Ambulance Service is remembering those who were killed or injured in combat at the service at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, and other events across the city.
    8 November 2013
  • Trust Board meeting - Tuesday 26 November Trust Board meeting - Tuesday 26 November
    Our next Trust Board meeting will be held on Tuesday 26 November 2013 near London Bridge station.
    8 November 2013
  • Service responds to storm-related incidents Service responds to storm-related incidents
    The London Ambulance Service responded to a number of storm-related incidents this morning (28 October), including an explosion in which two people sadly died.
    28 October 2013
  • Recognition of London Ambulance staff Recognition of London Ambulance staff
    Members of staff with over 20 years’ service, retirees and medics who have gone beyond the call of duty were all recognised for their achievements at a celebratory event last night (17 October).
    18 October 2013
  • 999 worker cycles London to Paris in 28 hours 999 worker cycles London to Paris in 28 hours
    Ambulance call taker Ben Sewell completed his 300-mile challenge from Marble Arch in London to Arc de Triomphe Paris, in 28.5 hours this week.
    11 October 2013
  • Medics reunited with Thusha Medics reunited with Thusha
    Two London Ambulance Service medics have been reunited with Thusha Kamaleswaran, who at the age of five became Britain’s youngest gang shooting victim.
    9 October 2013
  • Call for more defibrillators to save more lives Call for more defibrillators to save more lives
    Today (Tuesday 8 October) the London Ambulance Service is launching a campaign to get more defibrillators in public places and save more lives.
    7 October 2013
  • 999 worker to cycle Arch to Arc in the name of charity 999 worker to cycle Arch to Arc in the name of charity
    Ambulance call taker, Ben Sewell will pedal 300 miles from Marble Arch, London to Arc de Triomphe, Paris for charity on Monday (7 October).
    1 October 2013
  • London Ambulance Service set for primetime TV London Ambulance Service set for primetime TV
    London Ambulance Service will be featuring from Monday (7 October) in the second series of Channel 4’s 999: What’s Your Emergency, along with two other ambulance services.
    30 September 2013
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