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The Welsh Ambulance Service is celebrating after three of its projects made the finals of this year’s NHS Wales Awards, announced today.
The Emergency Medical Dispatch's received an award recognising her particular efforts in handling emergency calls with care.
Deborah Goldsmith (QAM), Grayham McLean (QAM), Louise Poley (MBE), Gerallt Davies (MBE) and Glyn Thomas (BEM) received awards on the occasion of the Queen's Birthday.
Liam Masurier joined the Welsh Ambulance Service as a Call Handler for NHS Direct Wales in September 2017, aged just 21. Liam was praised for using a host of skills, including excellent communication, customer care and team working, to support patients across the country.
Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
Take a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how the Welsh Ambulance Service is run at its latest board meeting and AGM. Discover how decisions are made and pose your questions about the running of the service.
The Trust’s annual Staff Awards are now open for nominations.
Every year the Trust holds a ceremony to recognise those individuals with long service and good conduct, and celebrate the fantastic work taking place within the service.
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