An operations chief at one of the region’s ambulance services says more money is needed to meet a surge in demand from patients requiring life-saving treatment. Emergency calls to East Midlands Ambulance Service have risen three-and-a-half per cent to 700,000 a year – and out of these the number of life-threatening calls has risen by nine-and-a-half per cent.
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