London Ambulance Service wins Ambulance Trust of the Year at Health Business Awards

London Ambulance Service has won the Ambulance Trust of the Year award as part of the Health Business Awards which recognise excellence in the provision of NHS facilities.
The Awards were presented on 6 December in London.
The award was specifically re…

You’re all heart: Londoners helping to save lives

Two thirds of people in cardiac arrest in London were given CPR by a passer-by or a relative last year.
An audit by London Ambulance Service has found that members of the public gave life-saving cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to nearly 2,500 peop…

HRH Prince Charles launches pioneering mental health car at London Ambulance Service

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE CHARLES visited London Ambulance Service today to meet frontline crews, call handlers and those working behind the scenes to respond to 999 and NHS 111 calls across the capital. 
The Royal visit comes as the UK’s busiest ambul…

We reveal encouraging new first aid stats and urge people to mark Restart a Heart Day by learning how to save a life

London Ambulance Service is encouraging people to learn how to perform basic lifesaving skills for Restart a Heart Day.
The global day of action on Tuesday 16 October is aiming to encourage as many people as possible to learn skills such as cardio pulm…

World Mental Health Day 2018 – providing patients with the right care to meet and support their needs

On World Mental Health Day 2018, Carly Lynch – our Mental Health Lead – discusses the important work we are doing to help support mental health patients across London.
Over two million Londoners will experience poor mental health this year, and often a…