On this page, you can find a list of our general publications and links to other useful pages. If you require any of these documents in an alternative format or a different language, please email us at [email protected]
The version of the London Ambulance Service Annual Report 2020-21 uploaded here on 16 September 2021 contained an incorrect audit report due to an administrative error at the Trust and was consequently taken down.
This new version which was uploaded on 17 January 2022 and which can be found above is correct.
Please note: unfortunately this also meant we have been delayed in being able to confirm the latest Annual Report is fully accessible to WCAG2.1 levels, although we have carried out initial accessibility checks. We will upload a version we have externally confirmed to be accessible to these regulations within the next four weeks. Please email [email protected] to request an accessible copy be sent to you.
If you would like to read an older Annual Report please email [email protected]
- Annual review
Covid-19 Health and Safety Risk Assessment
Our Covid-19 Secure Risk Assessment outlines the steps we have taken to protect our staff in their workplace in our sites across the capital. ‘COVID-19 Secure’ guidelines are designed to ensure organisations and businesses can operate during the coronavirus outbreak and keep employees safe from transmission of the virus.
Equality and inclusion documents
Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES)
Workforce Disability Equality Standard (WDES)
More equality and inclusion information
- Freedom of Information
As part of the Service’s dedication to ensuring information about medicines used is available, all medicines available for use by London Ambulance Service are collated into medication formularies.
The Medication Formularies are split into two groups: “999/Emergency Services” and “Integrated Urgent Care (IUC)”.
Any medicine which has been given approval for use within the London Ambulance Service is listed in its respective formulary to ensure that staff practice safely and effectively with all medicines.
The Service’s Medicines Management Group is responsible for reviewing the requirement to introduce any medicine into the formulary.
All medicines management queries can be emailed to [email protected]
The aim of this account is to provide easy access information about the quality of the services we provide. It defines how we measure quality and enables comparisons between services.
We recommend you view the latest annual report below by opening the download in Acrobat Reader.
Please email [email protected] to request an accessible copy be sent to you.
- Register of Interests
Trust Board papers
To find out more about the Trust Board and to see papers for previous meetings visit our Trust Board pages.
Learning Disability Strategy
LAS Learning Disability Strategy 2022-25