We are pleased to announce the winner and the two runners-up of our Name the bear competition.
We have received 47 entries and we would like to offer thanks to all the schools that took part in the competition.
Contributions from the Parish, Borough and County councils have enabled the village to purchase and install the AED
Tuesday 3 December from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at Hampshire County Council, Elizabeth II Court, Winchester, SO23 8UJ.
The Community Chest scheme is designed to support grass-roots activities in Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.
The app, which identifies over 600 AEDs could help local people save the life of a person suffering sudden cardiac arrest.
Remember that preparation is key to enjoying fireworks safely. read our helpful list to get it right.
Dr Phillip Lee, MP for the Bracknell constituency, met with Trevor Jones, the Chairman of the South Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
This helps our paramedics when making pre-alert calls, and also the trauma team when the patient is handed over at hospital.
Do you have a question about your local ambulance service? Live in Milton Keynes? Then why not come along and see us.
Commonly referred to as the ‘silent killer’ Carbon Monoxide cannot be smelt, seen or
For the Council Of Governors of The South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
SCAS won the award for the Solar Panel Power on Rapid Response Project which saw the service implement solar panels on 36 Rapid Response Vehicles
We are always looking for fresh ways to attract new staff, and now there is a completely new channel where you can find out about SCAS jobs.
We are interested in getting more involved with young people aged 14- 16 and we are inviting all our trust members and the public to get their teenagers signed up!
South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) is urging road users to be Blue Light Aware and to watch a short video, produced on behalf of the emergency services.
The figures for last weekend are now in. We had 355 more emergency calls when compared to an average
weekend in June 2013
This donation from ASDA will help towards purchasing equipment which our responders will use to help save lives
Last weekend saw continuing pressure on the service across the 4 counties we serve.
Although banned, people still swim in reservoirs where filter equipment under the surface can operate without warning
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