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Heather Lawrence, Ruth May and Daniel Elkeles in front of an ambulance

21 Sep 2021

Chief Nursing Officer visits London Ambulance Service headquarters

Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for NHS England and Improvement, has met colleagues across London Ambulance Service to hear first-hand about the work of our nurses.

Chair Heather Lawrence OBE and Chief Executive Daniel Elkeles welcomed Ruth to our headquarters in Waterloo. She also met some of the highly skilled nurses who work on our ambulances and in our 999 and 111 control rooms.

They include Consultant Midwife Amanda Mansfield MBE who spoke to Ruth about some of the developments the maternity team has made in improving care for women and their babies.

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