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Last month
April 2024
'Extreme risks' posed to National Ambulance Service due to management structures
A report obtained by The Journal reveals significant concerns for NAS management structures, staffing levels and funding.
Last year
Ambulance workers vote for strike action over delays to proposed pay reforms
National Ambulance Service personnel to ballot on strike action
High demand for ambulances in Dublin outstripping capacity of fire service, TDs to hear
Pilot project to ease overcrowding at Limerick hospital under way
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Ambulance boss says no need for toll tags despite incidences of vehicles driving into barriers
Paramedics told to team up with less experienced colleagues or face postponing annual leave
Unvaccinated ambulance service staff redeployed away from frontline duties
HSE postpones recruitment of paramedic supervisors to investigate claims of 'rigged' process
Beyoncé's been caught rapid liking a shady tweet about Kanye
Paramedics say new lunch arrangements 'show no regard for them'
92 on-duty ambulances involved in road 'incidents' so far this year
Elderly patient in Meath forced to wait 35 minutes for ambulance from Cavan after collapse
Ambulances are going to start using Eircodes, but it will cost them
No serious injuries after Luas and car crash in Inchicore
Latest: Two infants among ten dead in blaze at Dublin halting site
Teen in cardiac arrest turned away from Navan hospital and sent to Drogheda
Where you live could determine whether an ambulance gets to you on time
Poll: Do you have confidence in our ambulance services?
The Minister for Health helped out in a medical emergency yesterday
The Air Ambulance completed its 100th journey of 2014 over the weekend
Paramedic: 'It’s only a matter of time before an ambulance crashes or brakes fail'
Would ambulance crews be ready for a case of Ebola here? Some staff aren't convinced
Dublin Fire Brigade investigating how a wheel fell off an ambulance while driving
Two ambulances break down in Louth in 24 hours
Strike looms in ambulance service over unsuitable posts
Council stresses that Dublin Fire Brigade ambulance review has not been suspended
Ambulance service responds to damning Prime Time investigation
Review of ambulance call after 40 minute wait for cardiac arrest patient
Cost, quality and scale of ambulance services in Dublin to be reviewed
'Serious concerns' about risks for HSE paramedics sent to incidents alone
World's coolest dad recreates album covers with his son