The Service thanks the public for their support after one of our vehicles was vandalised

The Chief Executive of London Ambulance Service has thanked the public for their support after one of the Service’s vehicles was vandalised during World Cup celebrations, and appealed for the public’s continued support by using the ambulance service wi…

Student inspired by paramedics who saved her

A student who survived a devastating car crash was inspired to train as a paramedic by the London Ambulance Service crews who saved her life.
Molly Tarawally, 21, was driving on the A406 in north London when her car was crushed between two lorries.
The…

The Service celebrates seventy years of the NHS – and looks to the future

The NHS was established 70 years ago on 5 July 2018. London Ambulance Service became an NHS Trust in April 1996, having been established to our current formation in 1965 with the merger of nine existing services.
Here we share some stories of people wh…

No, a man didn’t actually give birth in our training session, but we did learn a lot!

London Ambulance Service’s Consultant Midwife Advisor, Amanda Mansfield talks about maternity training in the Service and how it is improving the care for mums, their partners and babies across London.
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Football fans urged to be ‘team players’ while enjoying World Cup

Ambulance chiefs are encouraging London’s football fans to drink sensibly and be ‘team players’ by looking after each other to avoid ending their viewing of World Cup matches in the back of an ambulance.
The tournament kicked off yesterday (14 June) an…