The SECAmb HART teams work alongside their SECAmb colleagues and fellow emergency services to provide additional life-saving support, triage and treatment at the scene of hazardous incidents.

They have receive intensive training including the use of breathing apparatus and gas-tight chemical suits to enable them to enter hazardous areas, providing treatment to patients earlier and therefore improving clinical outcomes. SECAmb’s HARTs are also working towards forming the ambulance service’s maritime incident response team (AMIRT).

Find out more about SECAmb HART here.

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