Demand is high across Wales today so please help us and keep 999 for real emergencies only!
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111 is the new, completely free way to contact the NHS from landlines and mobiles
What it means for the Welsh Ambulance Service
Find out how to become volunteer with us. Click on the Volunteer Car Driver and Community First Responder links for more information
The Welsh Ambulance Service is asking you to use your ambulance service wisely. Please only call 999 in a life-threatening emergency.
Our colleague Helen Lumber has been shortlisted for one of the Our Health Heroes Awards and has been named as the Welsh champion in her category. You can vote to help win the National Prize!
Our staff have completed the training of the first ever team of Community First Responders within NHS Wales Informatic Service. They will respond to incident whilst working at their central Cardiff office. Congratulations and welcome to the team!
After suffering from sepsis, a patient was determined to meet our crew who had helped him on the day he got ill. Reuniting him and his wife sparked a much longer series of positive event.
The first ever prescribing paramedics have now graduated after the change in legislation, and they are all members of the Welsh Ambulance Service's staff.
Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
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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