Making progress on ambulance numbers

I was very pleased to see that Will Hancock, the Chief Executive of the South Central Ambulance service, has admitted that there’s a problem with the number of ambulances we have in Hampshire.

Back in September, the Chairman of the Trust said something very similar when I challenged him at their Annual General Meeting (as reported in the Echo):

To achieve all our targets we need more ambulances, more crews and more money.

Having the problem recognised from the top is a good first step.  Now we need to see some action to fix it.

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  1. Pingback: More catching up: a BBC report on ambulance response times from April 2009 | Martin Tod

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