Geography. YAS covers the counties of West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, the East Riding of Yorkshire, and North Yorkshire (not including the boroughs of Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland or Stockton-on-Tees, which are covered by the North East Ambulance Service).
What area does Yorkshire ambulance cover?
We cover nearly 6,000 square miles of varied terrain, from isolated moors and dales to urban areas, coastline and inner cities.
How many square miles does Yas cover?
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS) respond to the urgent care needs of over five million people, covering an area of 5,000 square miles with a fleet of 1,200 vehicles including around 400 ambulances.
How many ambulance stations are there in Yorkshire?
Yorkshire Ambulance Service has 62 ambulance stations across the region. We also have two emergency operations centres in Wakefield and York, administration centres in Wakefield, York and Rotherham and 111 call centres in Wakefield and Rotherham.
What area does East of England ambulance Service cover?
We provide 24 hour, 365 days a year accident and emergency services to those in need of emergency medical treatment and transport in – Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
Where does North East Ambulance Service cover?
About North East Ambulance Service
The North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (NEAS) operates across Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham, Darlington and Teesside.
Which ambulance service covers Leeds?
West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service (WYMAS) was the NHS ambulance service covering West Yorkshire and the western side of North Yorkshire, England.
|West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service|
|A WYMAS ambulance outside a hospital in Leeds|
|Type||Defunct NHS Ambulance Service|
|Established||1 April 1974|
Which ambulance service covers Huddersfield?
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
What is the population of Yorkshire?
The 2021 population of Yorkshire is 5.4 million people (latest available data). To put the size of Yorkshire’s population into context, the county is home to more people than the entire population of many countries – for example, Scotland, New Zealand, Ireland, Finland or Norway.
What do you know about Yorkshire Ambulance Service?
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust provides 24-hour emergency and healthcare services to a population of more than five million. We cover almost 6,000 square miles of varied terrain, from isolated moors and dales to urban areas, coastline and inner cities.
Is the ambulance service NHS?
Ambulance services are at the heart of the urgent and emergency care system. In 2017 the NHS introduced new ambulance standards to ensure the best, most appropriate response is provided for each patient first time.
Where is the West Yorkshire Air ambulance based?
Our fleet. Both of our H145 helicopters, G-YAAC and G-YOAA are based between our two Helicopter bases, Nostell Air Support Unit near Wakefield in West Yorkshire and RAF Topcliffe near Thirsk in North Yorkshire.
Who runs the ambulance service?
The London Ambulance Service is an NHS Trust- the only NHS trust which covers the whole of London. It provides emergency (999) ambulance services and also pre-arranged patient transport. Its 999 services are commissioned by London’s 32 clinical commissioning groups, with Brent CCG acting as lead commissioner.
Which ambulance service covers Norwich?
East of England Ambulance Service
|East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust|
|Region served||Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire and Suffolk|
|NHS region||NHS England|
|Area size||7,500 square miles (19,000 km2)|
What ambulance service covers Bedfordshire?
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust was formed July 1, 2006 with the merger of ambulance services covering Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, East Anglia and Essex. We are one of the largest ambulance services in the UK.
Where are ambulances stationed?
In some instances, ambulance stations may be co-located with, or integral to, other emergency service facilities, such as fire stations or police stations, especially where the ambulance service is run by the fire department.