A plan to transform patient care and boost staff morale has been launched by the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
The plans will build on measures announced earlier this year and include recruiting more front line staff and having more ambulances.
Some of the plan’s highlights are to recruit 82 specialist paramedics, 149 paramedics, 24 emergency medical technicians and 96 emergency care assistants. Management and accountability will be devolved away from a centralised management system through an operational management restructure
Andrew Morgan, interim Chief Executive, said: “