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Most would assume that our equipment would be provided by the Ambulance Service. but our equipment and running costs are paid for through our fundraising efforts, public donations, grants or support from local companies.
- On Friday 22nd July, Eastbourne Lions presented the Manager of the Langham Hotel with a defibrillator that will now be available for visitors in the area. This is a result of the Eastbourne Lions pro...read more...
- 10hRT @Fellows3Tim: @SECAmbulance CQC report highlights organisational issues rather than brilliance,care & skills of staff on a daily basis #wecare
- 12hRT @Will_Bellamy: Despite the tough report coming out from @CareQualityComm. It no way reflects on the care our staff and volunteers… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
- 12hRT @roynightingale2: CQC report not reflecting staff and CFRs that work tirelessly to improve and deliver patient care. Tough journey ahead, the only way is up!
- 28 SepRT @KiyaClaydon: The lovely Hastings CCP team are tweeting for @ParamedicWeekly. Always nice to see them on the road & loads to lear… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
- 28 SepRT @GilesAdams999: Two standing ovations yesterday at the SECAMB AMM demonstrating genuine team work, one for @SECAmbstaff and one for all 624 CFR volunteers
- 27 SepRT @SECambulanceCFR: Last year our fantastic Community First Responders volunteered for 210,215 hours to improve patient outcomes in their local communities
- 27 Sep@GilesAdams999 @BrianRockell ready for questions at end of @SECAmbulance #AMM16 Great to see plans for improvements… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
- 27 SepRT @SECAmbulance: Ian describing results of recent patient satisfaction survey for CFRs. 100% of patents satisfied or v satisfied with care received from CFRs