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Half a million people in Scotland have been equipped in vital life-saving CPR since 2015, it was announced today on Restart a Heart Day (October 16)
PUPILS at three Dundee nurseries have generously donated crayons and colour pencils to the Scottish Ambulance Service to help crews calm children in distress during emergencies.
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A bride-to-be who almost died following a sepsis attack has thanked the Scottish Ambulance Service crew that saved her life by giving them a special part of her wedding cake.
A mum has thanked the Scottish Ambulance Service responders who attended to her five-month-old son at the family home in Penicuik.
A man saved by a pet doctor after his heart stopped has been reunited with the Scottish Ambulance Service responders who saved his life.
A man who broke his collarbone after a high-speed push bike crash has described the Scottish Ambulance Service crew who came to help him as “fantastic”.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has announced today that front line emergency workers will get access to tailored mental health resources, following the extension of a wellbeing programme.
The Scottish Government is committing £138,000 of funding for the Lifelines Scotland initiative to cover Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and the Scottish Ambulance Service.
A woman who survived a road crash along with her mum and dog has thanked the Scottish Ambulance Service emergency responders who rushed to her aid.
The Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport Jeane Freeman has today announced the appointments of Carol Sinclair and Cllr Stuart Currie as members of the Scottish Ambulance Service Board.
A hard-working member of the Scottish Ambulance Service who has played a key role in several high-level projects, is to receive a Queen’s Ambulance Medal for her service.