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The mum of a young boy has sent a “heartfelt thanks” to the emergency responders who assisted her son after he had a seizure at nursery.
Since the ambulance service launched its Community First Responder initiative more than 15 years ago, more than 160 schemes have been set up across Scotland.
A man who suffered serious burns after ‘catching fire’ for a whole minute has thanked ambulance staff for helping to save his life.
Reflecting on her time within the Service, Sue said she has many highlights. However, three stand out.
A Scottish Ambulance Service paramedic is raising £10,000 following his young daughter’s courageous four-year battle with a brain tumour.
Jack McIntyre works as an Ambulance Care Assistant and is based in Cupar.
Around 50,000 youngsters in Scotland are set to be taught CPR in the classroom every year thanks to a national campaign by British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland.
A lorry driver left with a severe brain injury and shattered jaw following a brutal street attack has been reunited with the Scottish Ambulance Service paramedics who saved his life
The Scottish Ambulance Service is holding an Annual Review for 2017/18 on Monday at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel. The public session begins at 14:00 and is chaired by the Minister for Public Health, Joe Fitzpatrick.
A PARAMEDIC has helped raise over £12,000 for seven Public Access Defibrillators (PADs) on the Isle of Islay.
Gordon Taylor, 55, of Cowdenbeath, was working at a paper mill in Leslie when the horrific accident happened.