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The Welsh Ambulance Service is asking you to use your ambulance service wisely. Please only call 999 in a life-threatening emergency.
A MAN dialled 999 after a woman stubbed her toe on a Christmas tree.
Another man called the Welsh Ambulance Service to wish his friends a merry Christmas, while one woman asked for help for a stinging sensation after shaving her bikini line.
In more inappropriate 999 calls in the last year, one man asked for ambulance assistance to get into a locked church, while another called with toothache.
Andy Haywood, a former Royal Navy officer, has been appointed to shape and oversee an ambitious digital services strategy which will support the delivery of patient care and improve the experience of staff.
The Trust is inviting feedback on its Treating People Fairly strategy, which sets out its approach to delivering the Equality Act and other key legislation like the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011 the Well-being of Future Generations and Social Services Acts.
The Emergency Services in north Wales are joining together for their annual Carol Service at St Asaph Cathedral next week.
Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
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