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How NHS 111 can help

NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent medical worry or you’re not sure what to do.

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When to call 999

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Please only call 999 in serious medical emergencies that require an emergency ambulance.

When to call 999

Our volunteers

Volunteers play a vital role in our Service and we aim to recruit 100,000 volunteers in the next few years.

About our volunteers

Getting in touch with us

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Find out how to contact the different departments in LAS from records requests to recruitment questions.

Talking with us

How to save a life with chest compressions and a defibrillator

Paramedic Sam explains what to do if you see someone suffer a cardiac arrest.

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Do you want to work in the #TeamLAS Control Room?

We've got lots of career opportunities in our Emergency Operations Centre, where teams of Emergency Call Handlers answer 999 calls and send our vehicles out across London to treat patients.

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