Ambulance bosses have thanked staff, volunteers and patients alike for the hard work of frontline teams and using NHS services wisely over the Christmas period.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) revealed that on Christmas Eve it received 2,898 calls, 25 per cent less than last year when call handlers dealt with 3,850 calls.
This year saw 3,109 calls on Christmas Day, 19 per cent less than 2017 when it received 3,843 calls.Read More
More funding bid plans to transform ambulance estates The East of England Ambulance Service Trust...Read More
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