You asked: Where is the East of England Ambulance Service based?

Who runs East of England Ambulance Service?

Dr Tom Davis, Medical Director and Deputy CEO

Dr Tom Davis became Interim CEO in September 2020, until Tom Abell joined the Trust in August 2021 when he resumed his role as medical director and deputy CEO. Before that he was appointed as medical director in June 2018, after two years as deputy medical director.

Where is London Ambulance Service based?

Headquarters: Waterloo

Please see the map below to find our headquarters in Waterloo.

Who runs the ambulance service?

The London Ambulance Service is an NHS Trust– the only NHS trust which covers the whole of London. It provides emergency (999) ambulance services and also pre-arranged patient transport. Its 999 services are commissioned by London’s 32 clinical commissioning groups, with Brent CCG acting as lead commissioner.

How do I complain about ambulance service?

The service is free for everyone. To take a complaint to the Ombudsman, go to www.ombudsman.org.uk/making-complaint or call the helpline 0345 015 4033. It is important you make your complaint as soon as you receive our final response as there are time limits for the Ombudsman to look into complaints.

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.

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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 ambulances are there in East Midlands?

Accident and emergency ambulance crews are the largest staff group, and the trusts operates a fleet of over 580 vehicles, including emergency ambulances, fast response cars, specialised vehicles and patient transport vehicles. Every day EMAS receives around 2,710 calls from members of the public who have rang 999.

Which ambulance service covers Burton on Trent?

Homepage | East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust.