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West Midlands Ambulance Service University NHS Foundation Trust
CQC Rating: Outstanding
“Hard work of staff is exemplary and making a real difference to patients”
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Recall to Duty
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CQC Rating: Outstanding
Being a Foundation Trust
Foundation Trust Members Zone
Council of Governors
Elections to the Council of Governors
Schedule of Council of Governors Meeting Dates
Annual Members Meeting
Board of Directors Agenda Papers and Meeting Schedule
How is WMAS Performing?
Diversity and Inclusion
Proud@WMAS LGBT Network
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
Equality Delivery System 2
Workforce Disability Equality Standard
Workforce Race Equality Standard
Gender Pay Gap
Freedom Of Information
FOI Previous Requests and Responses (Disclosure Log)
FOI Publication Scheme
Who We Are And What We Do
What We Spend And How We Spend It
What Our Priorities Are And How We Are Doing
How We Make Decisions
Our Policies, Procedures and Strategies
Lists and Registers
The Services We Offer
NHS Ambulance Service Rest & Meal Breaks
What we do
999 Emergency Service
Patient Transport Services
Maternity Services in the Pre-hospital Environment
Community First Responders
Becoming a CFR
Testimonials from our CFRs
CFR Ash O’Malley
CFR Martin Bennett
CFR Terry Flower
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Working with us
Information Security and Assurance Service
Passing of Her Majesty The Queen
Restart A Heart Day 2022
@officialwmas on Social Media
Ambulance: Code Red
Paramedics: Britain’s Lifesavers
BBC One: Ambulance
999: On the Frontline
Inside the Ambulance
WMAS Annual Awards
Should I ring 999 or 111?
Do you know how to do CPR?
Heavy (catastrophic) bleeding care
Become a Little Lifesaver!
Is Your Call Really An Emergency?
Could it be Sepsis?
Would You Recognise A Stroke?
Are you blue light aware?
Flu & Norovirus Advice
Have you had your flu jab?
How to make an emergency 999 call
What happens when you call 999?
Register your defibrillator with The Circuit
“A defibrillator saved my life”
How you can help!
Work for us
Why work for us?
Application hints and tips
Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) Clinicians
Non-emergency Patient Transport Service Person
Non-emergency Patient Transport Services Call Taker
Vehicle Preparation Operative
Supporting our staff and the armed forces
Armed forces covenant
Defence employee recognition scheme
Supporting our staff
Step into health
Two uniforms, one job
Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)
NHS Friends and Family Test
Lateral Flow Testing
Recall to Duty Information
TWELVE PEOPLE TREATED AFTER CANISTER INCIDENT IN MCDONALDS 2
Twelve people treated after canister incident in McDonalds
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