The drop comes as the Care Quality Commission continues its review into the local ambulance service.
Denise Burke has called for health officials to consider bringing additional NHS services to North Norfolk to benefit our aging population.
Comment on the news that the East of England Ambulance Service Trust downgraded thousands of 999 calls putting at risk patient safety.
Denise Burke got the chance to see how our ambulance service is performing under pressure.
Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for North Norfolk Denise Burke will spend New Year’s Eve with local ambulance staff and paramedics from Cromer.
Local media is reporting that Anthony Marsh is to “step aside” from his role “earlier than planned” when a replacement is found.
A Labour MP has criticised the salary of the region’s ambulance chief after he received a £50k pay rise for taking on the role of part-time.
Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for North Norfolk, Denise Burke, has expressed concern about a shortfall in funding for the Norfolk 111 service.
The ambulance trust is to receive a cash injection of up to £15 million from local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) within the NHS.
Labour’s ambulance campaign hosts an evening with the new Chief Executive of the ambulance service at a public meeting in Cromer.