Founded in 2001, Ambulance Today is a global magazine devoted to clinical journalism, specifically regarding prehospital emergency care.

We look to support those working within EMS wherever possible, and we are passionate about creating and driving innovative change within the EMS industry.

Ambulance Today is here to bring you the very latest in tech, fleet advancement, policy, and any news in general which supports, affects, or is related to emergency medical care.

Based in the UK, we cover EMS-related news all over the world, with editorial contributions from some of the most notable and respected leading figures within the global EMS community.

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COVID–19 saw a shift in how some ambulance crews and rapid response teams operated across the UK, from forming collaborative response and mobile support units, to creating purpose-built temporary Read More…

The value of clinical innovation in enhanced ambulance simulation training

Authors: Prof. Andy Newton and Darren Best Published in: Autumn 2018 Edition of Ambulance Today Magazine The value of innovation to patient care cannot be overstated, but its further benefits of efficiency and cost-effectiveness within the NHS make it a vital and ongoing campaign. In this joint article, Professor Andy Newton offers some valuable insights […]

The Miscarriage Association launches new e-learning resource for medical professionals

Date: 7 August 2019 The Miscarriage Association has developed a new e-learning resource to support medical professionals in providing the best care they can to women experiencing pregnancy loss.  The resource is based on the real experiences of health professionals and those who have experienced miscarriage, ectopic or molar pregnancy, and includes films and interactive […]

Brother and ambulance crew get Carter – just in time

Date: 29 July 2019 A Newcastle man was effectively dead for 20 minutes, but Bruce Carter is alive thanks to his brother, a passer-by and a team from the North East Ambulance Service. Bruce, a 61 year-old self-employed plumber, suffered a cardiac arrest while out cycling around Tyneside with his brother Tristram.  The brothers were reunited […]