The new Chief Executive of our ambulance trust, Anthony Marsh, will talk about his plans for the health emergency service at an Act on Ambulances event.
Denise Burke spoke to BBC Radio Norfolk on Wednesday about the fight for better response times.
Labour’s Act on Ambulances campaign was mentioned in a heated debate on A&E within the NHS today in the House of Commons.
Denise Burke, Labour’s parliamentary candidate, met Andrew Morgan of the East of England Ambulance Trust to grill him on the future of the service.
Act on Ambulances campaigners were pleased to hear the Interim Board gave assurances that they want to regain public trust at today’s annual public meeting.
Ambulance chiefs in the East forked out thousands of pounds for 46 new managers in the last 2 years – at a time when front-line posts were left vacant.
Campaigners have welcomed Anthony Marsh’s report into the local ambulance service, which supports concerns first raised a year ago.
The local ambulance service trust has unveiled a ‘turnaround plan’ which has been cautiously welcomed – but Labour are looking for action now.
Labour has branded the findings of the Care Quality Commission report into the East of England Ambulance Service Trust as “completely unacceptable”.
Campaigners express their concern about a “hurried” announcement by the ambulance trust, after it was revealed not one ‘extra’ ambulances was in action.