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Always dial 999 in an emergency!
 

Always dial 999 in an emergency        If possible, ask someone to stand in a well lit place so the emergency services can find you easily        When dialling 999, always speak slowly, calmly and clearly        Is your house number or name clearly visible day and night?        Remember, a Community Responder may arrive before the Ambulance       

Right time, right place

 

#rightplacerighttime

 

Help your local ambulance service to help those who really need our help

 

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) strives to provide the best care for patients.

We are continuing to experience increased levels of demand on our services and urge the public not to call us unless they are in a life threatening situation.

Our staff remain extremely busy and are working hard to get to our most life threatening patients as a priority. However, there could be delays in responding to patients who are not suffering from life threatening symptoms.

We are urging the public to use our services appropriately and only call 999 if absolutely essential. If you are suffering an injury or illness which is non-life threatening then please use the most appropriate service available to you.

Always try to pick the right place at the right time on life-threatening injury or illness can be treated by accessing the appropriate NHS service. If you are not suffering from a life-threatening emergency but require medical advice or treatment there are several different options available to you.

You can:

  • Consult your local Pharmacist
  • Call NHS 111
  • Go to your local Walk-in-Centre or your Minor Injuries Unit
  • Go to the Emergency Department (ED) at your local hospital
  • Use the online NHS symptom checker

Tadley Community First RespondersCalls to date...

6508

 For a detailed breakdown of the calls we have attended click here

 

Always dial 999 in an emergency        If possible, ask someone to stand in a well lit place so the emergency services can find you easily        When dialing 999, always speak slowly, calmly and clearly        Is your house number or name clearly visible day and night?        Remember, a Community Responder may arrive before the Ambulance