30 Sep 2021
As we approach the beginning of this year’s Poppy Appeal, a London Ambulance Service dispatcher who leads our internal poppy fundraising has presented the Royal British Legion with a cheque for £5,688 from last year’s appeal, with our 2021 fundraising well under way.
21 Sep 2021
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.
16 Sep 2021
Two staff from our 999 control rooms have been praised for their work supporting Londoners in a national award for emergency dispatchers.
15 Sep 2021
Gary Edwards, one of the first paramedics on scene of the London Bridge terror attack in 2017, has been awarded a London Ambulance Service Chief Commendation award for his exceptional courage and bravery.
14 Sep 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce that Debbie Baldwin, a London Ambulance Service volunteer Emergency Responder, passed away on 9 September.
13 Sep 2021
A paramedic who helped a teenager in cardiac arrest, a 999 dispatcher who educates young people about the dangers of knife crime, and a group of medics who saved their colleague’s life have all been nominated for a national award.
10 Sep 2021
A specialist London Ambulance Service paramedic has nominated his colleagues for a national award after they saved his life.
9 Sep 2021
As the country marks 999 Day, I would like to pay tribute to the dedicated staff and volunteers at London Ambulance Service and to all our emergency services partners who support us in our work. We also remember the ten colleagues who have died from the virus during this pandemic, as well as their families and friends.
8 Sep 2021
On Thursday 9th September we joined the nation in marking Emergency Services Day (999 Day).
7 Sep 2021
In this period of warmer weather, many of us will be looking forward to enjoying the sunshine and fine weather. But please be aware of the dangers of spending too long in the sun and the health risks of hot weather.
6 Sep 2021
June, July and August of this year were three of the top five busiest months on record for London Ambulance Service in terms of 999 calls taken.
July 2021 was our second busiest month on record – second only to March 2020 where we saw the first peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. August and June were our fourth and fifth busiest ever months respectively.
3 Sep 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our colleague, Orin Clarke, who passed away on Sunday 22 August with COVID-19.