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The Scottish Ambulance Service’s vaccination bus is visiting Borders College in Galashiels today and tomorrow (Thursday 16th and Friday 17th September) to ensure students have the chance to receive their Covid-19 vaccine.
A new vaccination bus, operated by the Scottish Ambulance Service, is visiting City of Glasgow College today (8 September 2020), to ensure students have the chance to receive their Covid-19 vaccine.
The Scottish Ambulance Service’s vaccination bus has celebrated a huge milestone - the delivery of 10,000 vaccines to individuals across the country, as part of Scotland’s national vaccination programme.
The Scottish Ambulance Service is holding a press call with the Scottish Government to celebrate the delivery of 10,000 vaccines across Scotland from the Services’ vaccination bus.
With increased awareness over the weekend on how CPR and defibrillators can save lives, the Scottish Ambulance Service is working with Save a Life for Scotland (SALFS) to ensure more people know what to do when they witness someone suffering a cardiac arrest.
The Scottish Ambulance Service has teamed up with West Lothian College to promote a new Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ) in health and social care for staff working at our Mobile Testing Units (MTUs).
A commercial airline pilot who found himself unemployed as a result of the pandemic is now helping to fight Covid by working at one of the Scottish Ambulance Service’s Mobile Testing Units (MTUs).
A mum has thanked the two “amazing” emergency responders who took care of her seven-month-old baby after he broke his leg.
Plans for the Scottish Ambulance Service’s full fleet of vehicles to become carbon-free are one step closer, following a successful bid for additional funding from The Scottish Government, through the Transport Scotland Switched on Fleets initiative.