Elliot with his parents

SAS call handler praises fellow staff

We received a fantastic compliment from one of our call handlers, Adele Harty. She thanks Maybole crew, Joanne Lang and Andy Girvan, along with fellow call handler, Rebecca Bellah

Performing CPR in schools

Ensuring more people can use defibrillators and CPR to save lives

The Scottish Ambulance Service is working with Save a Life for Scotland (SALFS) to ensure more people know how to do CPR and use defibrillators when they witness someone suffering a cardiac arrest.

Baby Finlay

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.

Queen's Birthday Honours

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.

Luke with his family

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.