New chief executive of East of England ambulance service

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Anthony Marsh Anthony Marsh

The East of England ambulance service is to have a new chief executive.

Dr Anthony Marsh, chief executive of the West Midlands Ambulance Service, is to take over the East England service from Andrew Morgan.

Dr Marsh was commissioned to write a report in June after concerns were raised over the service's performance, and made 24 recommendations, including the cutting-back of management to make way for more emergency staff.

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4:10pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Billy Yerache says...

I hope he does something about the way those ambulances tear about. They seem to cause more accidents than they attend these days with those rowdy and awful American sirens. Bring back the Klaxon.
I hope he does something about the way those ambulances tear about. They seem to cause more accidents than they attend these days with those rowdy and awful American sirens. Bring back the Klaxon. Billy Yerache

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