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Northern Ireland Ambulance Service

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) was established in 1995 and operates a single Northern Ireland wide Ambulance Trust with operational divisions reflecting the areas covered by the four Health and Social Services Boards serving a population of approximately 1.7 million.

NIAS has an operational area of approximately 14,100sq kilometres (5,600 square miles) serviced by a fleet of over 300 ambulances (Accident and Emergency and Patient Care Service), employs in excess of 1100 staff operating throughout the Trust and operates from over 46 ambulance stations, deployment points throughout Northern Ireland.

NIAS attended and delivered care to the patient for 113,792 incidents, arriving within 8 minutes for 69,946 of those calls requiring an ambulance.

London Ambulance Service

The London Ambulance Service NHS Trust (LAS) is the largest "free at the point of contact" ambulance service in the world. LAS responds to medical emergencies in Greater London with over 400 ambulances at its disposal.

The LAS Fleet is varied and modern with services that are tailor-made for each community’s differing environmental and medical needs, from cycles to fast response cars, frontline ambulances, helicopters and nurses in our control centres.

The LAS employs over 4,500 staff, and responds to over one million calls for assistance a year. All requests from the public are answered at the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) in Waterloo, London, and Lambeth, which then dispatches the appropriate resources.

South East Coast Ambulance Service

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust (SECAS) covers a geographical area of 3,600 square miles including Brighton & Hove, East Sussex, West Sussex, Kent, Surrey, and North East Hampshire.

SECAS work across a diverse geographical area of 3,500 square miles which includes densely populated urban areas, sparsely populated rural areas and some of the busiest stretches of motorway in the country. SCECAS employ over 3,200 staff across 70 sites in Kent, Surrey and Sussex and has an operating budget of approximately £150 million per annum.

SECAS receive more than 600,000 emergency calls from members of the public or other healthcare professionals – roughly one call every minute. The Patient Transport Service undertook 420,700 patient journeys using its fleet of 114 PTS ambulances

North East Ambulance Service

North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) was formed on 1 July 2006, bringing together Teesside, East and North Yorkshire Ambulance Trust. The service covers the counties of Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Durham and Teesside, an area of around 3230 square miles.

NEAS employ over 2000 people and serve a population of 2.6 million. Throughout the region there are 63 trust locations, including 51 ambulance stations a number of which also house the non-emergency patient transport service in total covering 194,000 journeys each year.

NEAS operate over 450 vehicles and also use helicopters funded by the Great North Air Ambulance. NEAS also have 184 non-emergency vehicles within the patient transport service, which travel more than four million miles every year.

Isle of Man Ambulance Service

The Isle of Man Ambulance Service (IoMAS) covers an area of 221 square miles and a population of over 80,000. The service operates in partnership with the British Red Cross from 3 sites around the Island, Douglas, Ramsey and Castletown, has over 40 staff and a fleet of 13 ambulances, 4 rapid response vehicles and 2 paramedic motorcycles.

The service receives over 3,000 emergency calls and over 2,000 Doctor Urgent request calls per year along with responding to over 11,000 transport requests of patients to and from the Island's 3 hospitals.

Welsh Ambulance Service

The Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST) or Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Gwasanaethau Ambiwlans Cymru in Welsh is the national ambulance service for Wales. It was established on April 1, 1998 and covers over 20,000 kilometres and serves a population of 2.9 million. WAST covers a diverse area encompassing tranquil rural retreats, busy seaside resorts and large urban conurbations.

WAST attends more than 250,000 emergency calls a year, over 50,000 urgent calls and transport over 1.3 million non-emergency patients to over 200 treatment centres throughout England and Wales.

WAST dedicated staff are it’s biggest asset, and employ 2,576 people, 76% of which are operational – 1,310 on emergency duties and 693 on non-emergency and health courier services.

South Central Ambulance Service

South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) was established on the 1 July 2006 following the merger of four ambulance trusts in the counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire. This area covers approximately 3,554 sq miles with a residential population of over four million.

SCAS emergency call centres handle over 400,000 emergency and urgent calls each year.

SCAS has a fleet of state of the art emergency ambulances, which are equipped to the highest standards in order to provide patients with the best level of care possible.

West Midlands Ambulance Service

West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) commenced operations on 1st July 2006, with Hereford & Worcester, Coventry & Warwickshire, WMAS and Shropshire merging to form a Regional Ambulance Service. Staffordshire merged with the new Trust on October 1st 2007.

The new Regional Trust covers a geographical area of approximately 5,000 square miles and serves a population of 5.3 million people living in Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Coventry & Warwickshire, Staffordshire and the Birmingham & the Black Country conurbation.

The Trust has a total number of 3,300 members of staff, 58 ambulance stations and uses 864 vehicles. Further to this WMAS employ a flexible fleet of over 260 ambulances, ranging from single-crewed cars to vehicles able to accommodate two or more wheelchairs and stretcher patients.

East Midlands Ambulance Service

East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EMAS) covers 6,425 square miles and provides emergency, urgent care and patient transport services for the six counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire.

EMAS employ over 3,200 staff at more than 70 locations, including two control rooms at Nottingham and Lincoln, with the largest staff group being accident and emergency personnel. EMAS has an operating budget of approximately £150 million per annum.

EMAS has a Fleet of over 800 vehicles and services a population of 4.8 million people. Its accident and emergency crews respond to over 500,000 emergency calls every year, providing over 1 million patient transport journeys per year.

Great Western Ambulance Service

Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust (GWAS) provides emergency and urgent care and patient transport services across Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and the former Avon.

The trust employs more than 1,600 staff across 33 operational sites – 30 ambulance stations and three emergency operations centres along side its headquarters. GWAS responded to more than 256,000 emergency calls, with its Patient Transport Service covering approximately 300,000 patient journeys.

The trust covers an area of 3,000 square miles with a population of approximately 2.2 million people. GWAS have a fleet of around 90 ambulance-type vehicles

North West Ambulance Service

The North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) is the biggest ambulance service in the country providing 24 hour, 365 days a year accident and emergency services to those in need of emergency medical treatment and transport. Their highly skilled staff provide life-saving care to patients in the community and take people to hospital or a place of care if needed.

NWAS also provide non-emergency patient transport services for those patients who require non-emergency transport to and from hospital and who are unable to travel unaided because of their medical condition or clinical need.

Alongside the other emergency services NWAS also work to ensure the safety of the public and treatment of patients in the event of a major incident.

South Western Ambulance Service

South Western Ambulance Service (SWAS) provides ambulance services for the NHS South West Strategic Health Authority. It is one of 12 NHS Ambulance Trusts in England, all of which are independent Trusts with the exception of the Isle of Wight Ambulance Service that is integrated with the Isle of ight NHS Primary Care Trust.

The Trust serves a total estimated population of over 2.9 million, is estimated to receive an influx of holidaymakers and visitors of around 17.5 million each year and covers 17,094 square kilometres including 32,000 kilometres of road and 1,331 kilometres of coastline. The operational area is predominantly rural with a number of major urban centres such as Bournemouth, Poole and Plymouth, is served by six Unitary Authorities, three County Councils and a range of District, Borough and Parish Councils.

The Trust employs a workforce of 2,220 and provides three core services and a range of non core services to the four counties of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, Devon, Dorset and Somerset.

Yorkshire Ambulance Service

Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS) was formed on 1 July 2006 when the county's three former services merged.

YAS covers almost 6,000 square miles of varied terrain, from isolated moors and dales to urban areas, coastline and inner cities. YAS employs around 4,200 staff and provides 24-hour emergency and healthcare services to a population of more than five million.

YAS receives over 700,000 emergency calls per year - an average of 2,000 calls per day. YAS has a fleet of over 500 emergency vehicles and 460 PTS vehicles. YAS Patient Transport Service (PTS) which makes around 1.2 million journeys transporting patients across Yorkshire and neighbouring counties each year.

East of England Ambulance Service

East of England Ambulance Service (EoEAS), created on July 1, 2006 by merging the three services covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.

This service, which is spread over about 7,500 square miles, covers the most diverse areas in England, encompassing tranquil rural retreats, busy seaside resorts and large urban conurbations.

EoEAS attends more than half a million emergency calls a year, and transport nearly three times that amount of patients to and from routine hospital appointments.

Scottish Ambulance Service

Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) provide an emergency ambulance service to a population of over 5 million people serving all of the nation’s mainland and island communities.

On average, SAS crews respond to more than 500,000 emergency incidents every year across Scotland. Operating around 450 emergency ambulance vehicles from more than 100 stations the service can also respond with helicopters, if necessary.

SAS employ over 4,000 staff and undertakes over 1.6 million journeys every year across Scotland’s five operating divisions. All divisions deliver a range of services from Accident and Emergency Service, through to Patient Transport Service. SAS has an operating budget of approximately £200 million per annum.