Baby Finlay meets SAS staff who saved his life
Wee Finlay Mackenzie was born at just 26 weeks last March – he weighed 1lb 13oz at birth, lighter than a bag of sugar. He was due on June 21 and had to be given CPR on the way to hospital to be kept alive.
Congratulations to Queen's Birthday Honours colleagues
Two colleagues at the Scottish Ambulance Service have been awarded the Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for their contribution to the Pandemic response.
Dad thanks SAS after horror crash
A dad-of-four has thanked the Scottish Ambulance Service after he was involved in a crash which resulted in him breaking 33 bones and leaving him a quadriplegic.
1169 people vaccinated out of Stagecoach bus
What a great effort by mobile vaccination team!
Over four days in Glasgow last week, 1169 people were vaccinated out of an adapted Stagecoach bus! A tremendous effort by our team and thanks very much to Stagecoach as well. We are really grateful!
Rewarding our Mobile Testing Unit staff with a new education opportunity
The Scottish Ambulance Service has teamed up with West Lothian College to promote a new Scottish Vocational Qualification in health and social care for staff working at our Mobile Testing Units.