The Ambulance Service provides emergency paramedic attention at road traffic accidents, domestic accidents, accidents at work, sudden illness anywhere in the island and sports injuries amongst many other calls that are responded to. The patient transport service is also being considered as part of this review.
For this reason it is essential that as many islanders as possible get involved and share their views on how the ambulance service should perform and deliver in the future for us all in Guernsey. It is essential we get these services right for each and every member of our community and we need your answers and help to make that possible.
The Guernsey Future Ambulance Service final report proposes the nature and organisation of the island's future Emergency Ambulance Service which, subject to States approval, is to be implemented in a phased manner over the five year period 2016-2021.
This report is contained within a Policy Letter due for debate by the States of Deliberation at its February 2016 meeting (follow this link). The Policy Letter outlines the various issues that have been considered by the Steering Group, the six options it reviewed and the 10 proposals it is recommending for implementation.
Updated: February 2016