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21 Jul 2024

Chief Executive statement as 999 calls increase by 60%

Daniel Elkeles, Chief Executive of London Ambulance Service, said: “We are still facing huge pressure on our services after the global IT outage and the hottest day of the year on Friday. “Yesterday calls to 999 increased by 60 per cent since this time last year* and our 111 health advisors have been taking as […]

19 Jul 2024

Statement on global IT outage

Chief Executive of London Ambulance Service Daniel Elkeles said: “Following the global IT outage that has impacted some NHS services […]

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