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Taylor Wimpey

Defib Donation

Thanks very much to Taylor Wimpey West Scotland for donating a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) to the Bothwell and Uddingston Community First Responder Group.

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Stakeholder Newsletter - 09/11/2020

Welcome to the latest edition of the Scottish Ambulance Service Stakeholder update containing an overview of the latest news from the Service. Please contact us, replying to this email address, if you have any comments or suggestions.

FactsAndFigures

Funding for more ambulances and staff

Additional funding of up to £11 million is being given to the Scottish Ambulance Service to help improve capacity and resilience this winter.

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John Burnham awarded QAM

Well done to John Burnham, Associate Director of Care Quality & Professional Development, Scottish Ambulance Service, for being awarded the Queen's Ambulance Service Medal

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Stakeholder Newsletter - 22/09/2020

Welcome to the latest edition of the Scottish Ambulance Service’s Stakeholder Briefing. This briefing contains an overview of the latest news from the service. Please contact us, replying to this email address, if you have any comments or suggestions.

SAS Team CPR

CPR Same but different

640,790 Scots equipped with CPR skills

Natalie Green

Mum: 'I am so thankful'

A mum who did not realise she was in labour until she was delivering has thanked the two “amazing” paramedics who delivered her baby boy at home.

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Mum thanks SAS after son born in ambulance

A woman who gave birth only two days after she found out she was pregnant has thanked the emergency responders who helped deliver her baby.

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Stakeholder Newsletter - 17/08/2020

Welcome to the latest edition of the Scottish Ambulance Service’s Stakeholder Briefing. This briefing contains an overview of the latest news from the service. Please contact us, replying to this email address, if you have any comments or suggestions.

Defibs

Defib project completed

A PROJECT to upgrade defibrillators used in Scottish ambulances has been completed, with critically ill patients across Scotland set to benefit.

Clive Tanton

Grandfather: "They saved my life"

Thanks to Clive Tanton for this wonderful compliment – the former police officer thanked Raymond Bennett and Blair Fergus for saving his life

Gale

Mum thanks SAS after dramatic birth

We received a fantastic compliment from mum Gale Ervine.