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Evolving the role of community paramedics

By Mindo - 04th Apr 2018 | 9 views

<strong>The Co-operation and Working Together (CAWT) health and social care partnership, in collaboration with the Scottish Ambulance Service, the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and the HSE National Ambulance Service, developed a bid for EU INTERREG VA funding and secured </strong>?<strong>1.1 million for an 18-month period. </strong>

<strong>Pictured L to R in front of the Rapid Response Vehicle are: Mr Brian McNeill, Director of Operations, NI Ambulance Service; Ms Bernie McCrory, Chief Officer, CAWT cross-border health; Ms Wendy Quinn, Head of Service, Scottish Ambulance Service; Mr Tony O’Brien, Director General, HSE; Mr Sean Murphy, General Manager, Letterkenny University Hospital; and Mr Martin Dunne, Director, HSE National Ambulance Service. Also pictured are colleagues from national ambulance services.   </strong>

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