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Right care, First time, Every time
South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of emergency, urgent care and non-emergency healthcare services, along with logistics services.
The Trust delivers most of these services to the populations of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire as well as non-emergency patient transport services in Surrey and Sussex.
We serve a population of over 7 million and answer over 500,000 urgent calls a year. We have 4,500 staff and over 1,100 volunteers, to provide care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
What we do
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Our values shape everything we do.
From rescuing the public from danger to ordering a pen, corporate values make sure that we have a strong unified direction.
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Have we helped you? Then please donate to help us
With your help we can continue to provide additional support to our ambulance crews and volunteers, fund innovative new projects and work alongside our operational teams to really enhance patient care.