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Guest blog: Road safety

Louise Rosson has been a registered paramedic for eight years with the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST). Not only is she now a critical care paramedic (CCP) and air operations supervisor working for Essex and Herts Air … Continue reading

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Your winter essentials shopping list

As the temperature drops, you’re probably stocking up on cans of soup, and digging out your hat, scarf and gloves from the back of the chest of drawers. Dr. Scott Turner, medical director at the East of England Ambulance Service, … Continue reading

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What’s winter like for us?

As the ambulance service reflects on a busy Christmas and New Year period, Sharon Spencer, a paramedic at Cheshunt ambulance station who has worked in the ambulance service for nearly eight years, discusses what winter means for her. “The winter that springs … Continue reading

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Facing up to snow and ice the ambulance service way

Today’s blog by Craig King in the resilience team is very topical, reflecting on how the ambulance service works in winter’s trickier weather conditions. Forecasts for the next few weeks show we are likely to be in for a cold … Continue reading

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Welcome to our winter blog

Welcome to the first entry of the ‘Get wise in winter’ blog from the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST). The blog will be written by a small group of people from across the Trust, both in operational … Continue reading

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