With over 5000 members of staff, the Scottish Ambulance Service is the frontline of the NHS in Scotland, providing an emergency ambulance service to all of the nation’s mainland and island communities. The patient transport service undertakes over 1.1 million journeys every year, providing care for patients who need support to reach their healthcare appointments due to their medical and mobility needs.

Revised mass casualty plan launched
New approach to trauma care ‘an exemplar piece of work’, says Health Secretary…
Mental health support boost for emergency responders
Scottish Government commits £138,000 to extend wellbeing programme to police, ambulance & fire service staff…
COSLA health & care lead joins ambulance board
Councillor Stuart Currie “delighted” to be taking on “exciting” additional role…