Extra ambulance crews on duty as Service braces itself for ‘mad Friday’

Ambulance crews and control room staff are expecting to respond to 43 per cent more alcohol related incidents this Friday (15 December) on what is expected to be one of the busiest party nights of the year.

Archbishop praises ambulance service after ‘year of atrocities’

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visited ambulance crews today (13 December) to hear their experiences following this year’s terrorist attacks.

Police award brave ambulance man

The medic who took charge of the ambulance response at the London Bridge terror attack as gun shots were fired, has been commended for his bravery.

Over 1,300 years serving London

Ambulance crews, control room and support staff were recognised on Thursday (23 November) at a special ceremony to celebrate more than 1,300 years’ of caring for the capital.

LAS staff pay tribute to King’s Cross fire victims 30 years on

A London Ambulance Service paramedic reflects on what it was like to treat patients at the King’s Cross fire ahead of the 30th anniversary of the tragedy this Saturday (18 November)…