The Scottish Ambulance Service have launched a survey aimed at clinicians who use the air ambulance service for transferring particularly ill and unstable patients.
They are planning to further develop their Control Centres which take all emergency calls. As part of this they are designing a Specialist Services desk which will be responsible for the tasking and coordination of its Air Ambulance fleet – along with the recently launched ScotSTAR (Neonatal, Paediatric and EMRS retrieval services).
This part of the project, overseen by recent Helimed Paramedic Peter Lindle, is keen to hear from rural GPs and other clinicians – on what works well, and what could be improved. The survey will remain open until the 1st March 2016.
— Ryan McGrath – Gama (@RyanMcGrathGama) September 21, 2015