TV programmes lead to recruitment boost.
Sometimes, between life and death, stand the Ambulance Service.
Online retailer WAE+ today announced its intention to donate at least £10,000 to its Charity of the Year, Midlands Air Ambulance, throughout 2013.
Local ambulance chiefs have issued advice for anyone taking advantage of the forecast heatwave.
Volunteers who help to save lives and support emergency work in the West Midlands are being thanked by ambulance bosses as part of National Volunteers Week.
Local ambulance chiefs have issued advice for anyone taking advantage of what might, possibly, be some decent Bank Holiday weather.
Emergency services are urging local people to take some simple precautions during the cold snap.
Hospital A&E departments are under extreme pressure this New Year’s Eve and emergency doctors are urging people to consider alternatives if their case is not urgent.
‘Stay safe’ is the plea as the festive season begins.
With winter approaching, make sure your home is safe.
More children on the roads again means more danger.
A Birmingham-based motoring safety charity has published a new handbook that aims to increase driver confidence, comfort and courtesy.
West Midland Ambulance Service with some emergency guidelines.
A team of eight motorcyclists from road safety charity, the IAM will embark on their journey on Monday 18 June to ride around Britain to raise awareness of road safety and money for the Association for Air Ambulances.
A scheme to help emergency heart victims has been set up in the West Midlands.
As the temperature continues to drop, local people are advised to take care.
Changes in the ambulance service across the region are to lead to many stations being sold.
West Midlands Ambulance Service has issued advice on safe enjoyment during the forthcoming onslaught.
Local residents are being asked to think before dialling 999 on Wednesday.
With winter approaching, West Midlands Ambulance Service are reminding us to help the NHS by helping ourselves.
With Bonfire Night approaching, West Midlands Ambulance Service have issued advice on how to have fun and stay safe.
West Midlands Ambulance Service have issued a seasonal warning to cyclists of all ages.
West Midlands Ambulance Service are asking people to think before they dial 999.
Local ambulance staff are pleased with the results of an investigation into patient experiences.
A series of road traffic incidents involving Birmingham youngsters has led to warnings being issued.
At last – something worth visiting a motorway service station for.
News from some of the region’s first response teams.
Local people are further being praised for their restraint.
West Midlands Ambulance Service have commented on their work during last night’s disturbances.
Ambulance chiefs in the region have appealed for help in reducing the pressure on emergency services during the upcoming bank holidays.