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Take a look inside Scotland's largest fleet of independent ambulances, rapid response vehicles and support units.

Ambulance Scotland are experts in the provision of specialist ambulance transport. We can offer the widest range of vehicles for urgent and non-urgent transport journeys within the UK. We are recognised as being the largest private ambulance service operating in Scotland today providing both a cost-effective and extremely high level of service.

Formerly operating from our base near Glasgow Airport with a satellite office in Fife, in 2018 we relocated our operations to a much larger HQ in Hillington Business Park. We undertake an extensive number of contracted patient journeys per year for the NHS and private customers.

Our highly qualified staff

Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, First Aid & Control

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Ambulance Crews

Ambulance Crews

HCPC Registered Paramedics and IHCD/Level 4 Ambulance Technicians

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Medical Managers

Medical Managers

MIMMS Advanced trained event command and control with live logging and tracking.

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Doctors & Nurses

Doctors & Nurses

GMC/NMC Registered, highly trained clinicians with prehospital care experience.

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Advanced First Aid

Advanced First Aid

First Aiders with enhanced skills and First Responders holding a minimum of FREC 3 or equivalent.

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Inside Ambulance Scotland

 

Live Vehicle Tracking

First Aid, Mental Health & Prehospital Care Training

Ambulance Scotland Training has a history of providing informative, value for money courses that equip learners with the confidence to act in a medical emergency. All courses are accredited by a recognised awarding organisation and can be delivered in Hillington, Glasgow or at a location convenient to your business.

First Aid at Work

Emergency First Aid and FAW courses. Also including Basic Life Support and Paediatric First Aid training.

Mental Health

Build awareness with our range of Awareness and Mental Health at Work courses to support friends, family or colleagues.

First Responder

Accredited Medical Gases, Oxygen and Anaphylaxis courses

Staff Policy

 

It is the policy of Ambulance Scotland to create and maintain a safe working environment to protect the health and wellbeing of staff, patients and clients. We will conduct our operations in such a way to safeguard the general public. To reduce, as far as reasonably practicable, impact on the environment through the safe disposal of any waste.

 

All personnel will contribute to this policy by accepting responsibility to work safely, adhering to all rules, using protective equipment provided and maintaining a safe working environment.

 

The clinical qualifications for all of our staff are held on file, have been verified and will continue to be updated.

 

Every member of staff has had a criminal record check carried out and is the holder of a valid PVG certificate issued by Disclosure Scotland.