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  • Welcome to WMAS
  • Web Site Launch

    Message from the Chief Executive, Dr Anthony C Marsh

    The new web site has been designed to make more information available to the public, patients, staff as well as colleagues across the NHS and Emergency Services.

    Please provide your feedback.

  • Campaigns and Advice

    Don't panic when you see blue lights - it could save a life......

    West Midlands Ambulance Service is busier than it has ever been which means more of our vehicles are on the region’s roads getting to patients.

    View our Campaigns and Advice.

Welcome to the official website of West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.

Authorised as a Foundation Trust in January 2013 and in line with the provisions of the Health and Social Care Act 2012, licensed as a provider of NHS Services on 1 April 2013.

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Keeping in touch...

  • The Area We Serve
    We cover an area of 5,000 square miles, serving a population of over 5 million. About 80% of the area is rural but almost 50% of the population live in Birmingham, the Black Country and Coventry. We are the second most diverse community in the country.
  • The Right People
    We pride ourselves on employing the best people to ensure our patients receive excellent care. We are currently recruiting Registered Paramedics to enable us to meet our target of having a Paramedic on every vehicle. Review the Job Opportunities section for information on how to join our multi-award winning service.
  • Caring for Our Community
    We complete in the region of 700,00 non-emergency Patient Transport Service journeys. We employ nearly 400 staff who use a fleet of 320 vehicles to ensure patients get to their hospital appointments throughout the region 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Right Care, Right Time, Right Place
    Our two emergency operations centres take almost 3,000 999 calls every single day. That resulted in 900,000 incidents last year, making us the third busiest ambulance service in the country. As well as dispatching ambulances to the public, our highly trained staff are increasingly providing advice over the phone.

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