The South Western Ambulance Service has released a short video of its Derriford Station team delivering a synchronised dance routine.
The paramedics have joined in the trend on social media app Tik Tok and say: "Whilst we think maybe a little more practice on rhythm, we’ve got a Britain’s Got Talent team in the making!"
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The ambulance boogie comes just a few days after a team of West Country hospital staff choreograph a similar routine.
The theatre nurses, operating department practitioners (ODPs) and theatre assistants, work at Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre, which is part of the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
They did it it to "keep spirits high", but also to emphasise an important message.
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The flash mob video reveals a dozen colleagues dressed in scrubs, tapping their feet to time, and grooving with their hands in the air.
They they spin around and reveal a message, stuck to their backs, which reads, "WE STAY AT WORK FOR YOU, YOU STAY AT HOME FOR US".
Beth Ashton, who posted the video, has asked people to "spread the message and share some positivity!"