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A mum who gave birth in a layby has been reunited with the Scottish Ambulance Service paramedics who helped her deliver her second child.
A MAN who had a cardiac arrest on a gym treadmill says he might not be alive today if not for the Scottish Ambulance Service.
A Glasgow cabbie stabbed with a knife and assaulted with a meat cleaver in a brutal unprovoked attack has been reunited with one of the Scottish Ambulance Service paramedics who saved his life 12 years ago.
A man who shattered his bones after tumbling off a Scottish cliff was forced to crawl 70 meters from the rising sea tide to avoid drowning.
A man delivered his baby daughter in the family’s sitting room thanks to the wonderful work of one of our call takers.
Garry Kennan, 34, was at home with his wife Vanessa, 30, at the couple’s home in Coldstream.
A paramedic’s shock diagnosis with a brain tumour has inspired a community charity fun day.
Dougie Henderson, 51, was given the life-changing news last November after the dad-of-two started to feel unwell.
A quick-thinking dad who delivered his baby daughter at home on the bathroom floor used his Apple headphones to tie off the tot’s umbilical cord.
A Scottish Ambulance Service control centre worker has been praised for assisting a family from their car moments before it burst into flames on the M8.
The Scottish Ambulance Service is asking you to nominate an individual or team in its Staff and Volunteer Awards who you feel has gone beyond the call of duty to deliver excellent service.
Seeing a patient resuscitated from a cardiac arrest is the “best thing” a paramedic can experience, says Dawn Bowie.
The Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport Shona Robison has appointed a new Chair to lead the Scottish Ambulance Service.
A Paramedic who has been with the Scottish Ambulance Service for 35 years has been awarded the Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal.