Question: Where is London Ambulance Service based?

Where is London Ambulance based?

We have over 8,000 staff and volunteers based at ambulance stations and support offices across London. Our accident and emergency service is split into five operational sectors: north west, north central, north east, south east and south west.

Who we are and what we do.

Station/code Address
Westminster (F1) Causton Street, London SW1 4AT

How many ambulance services are in London?

Each area is managed by an Assistant Director of Operations. We have a total of 70 ambulance stations across London which, for management purposes, sit within 26 local operational areas, known as group stations.

How many NHS ambulances are there in the UK?

These services are provided by National Health Services of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The current system comprises 14 NHS organisations: 11 ambulance services trusts cover the separate regions of England and; individual nationwide services cover Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland respectively.

How much do ambulance call handlers get paid UK?

The current pay scales are from April 2021. Emergency call handlers are on Band 3, £21,709 to £23,603 a year. Emergency medical dispatchers are on Band 4, £23,709 to £25,982 a year. You might get shift allowance for working any unsocial hours.

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How much do NHS 111 call handlers earn?

111 Call Handler Salaries

Job Title Salary
NHS 24 111 Call Handler salaries – 4 salaries reported £22,495/yr
South Central Ambulance Service NHS 111 Call Handler salaries – 3 salaries reported £19,756/yr
Sitel Group 111 Call Handler salaries – 2 salaries reported £10/hr

How do I contact the London Ambulance Service?

Calling us

If you know the name but not the telephone number of the person or department that you would like to contact, call our switchboard on 020 7783 2000.

What should I do if ambulance doesn’t arrive?

Phone the emergency services and stress that it is urgent. If they become unconscious and stop breathing, start CPR and if possible, get someone to bring the defibrillator quickly. Get someone to update the ambulance service that your casualty has deteriorated and is now an even higher priority.

How do I complain to nwas?

During this time we will be operating our phone line, 0345 112 6500, Monday to Friday 10am – 12 noon (except bank holidays). Where possible if you would like to make a complaint to the service, please complete the available online form. Your concerns will be recorded and a member of staff will be in contact with you.