999 callers who use British Sign Language encouraged to use new app
999 callers who are hearing-impaired can now use a newly launched app to connect to a British Sign Language interpreter to translate their emergency call.
Paramedics using 999 callers’ phones to get footage from serious incidents
Paramedics in the London Ambulance Service control room can request access to callers’ phone cameras so they can quickly understand a patient’s injuries.
LHCREs ‘essential’ for better patient care in ambulance service, CIO says
Working with LHCREs has the potential to transform the way paramedics treat patients, according to Ross Fullerton, CIO of London Ambulance Service.
London ambulance staff to be given real-time access to patient data
The NHS Identity Service pilot will give medics access to crucial information about a patient, without the patient having to answer questions when in pain.
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