|Date posted||21st January 2014|
Following a recent visit to Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. Andy and Monica who both work at South Central Ambulance Service sent us these very positive feedback comments.
“I was so impressed to see classes of school children being taught how to call 999, do CPR and even use a defibrillator. They even toured the A&E department and took a quiz on accident prevention. The ambulance service is always looking for innovative ways to enable the next generation of adults to manage their care better. I can find no greater example of excellence in this field than The I.M.P.S. service.”
Andy Humphries – Web Development and Social Media Manager
“I.M.P.S. offer a vital health education programme to primary school children. We, as an ambulance service, are proud to have entered into a partnership with I.M.P.S. and look forward to working together on ensuring that children are safe through hazard awareness.”
Monica Moro, Membership and Engagement Officer, South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.