Ambulance service seeks new recruits in the North-East

The North East Ambulance Service is expected to create 100 new roles.

Chronicle Live reports the service is expected to recruit around 50 paramedics and a further 50 emergency care assistants to help meet new national response time standards due to a multi-million pound government investment.

Over the next four years, £6.5m will be invested into the ambulance service to help it meet new standards and improve services to patients.

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