We're proud to make first aid easy, reliable and accessible.
Our team of ambulance people work together at a private ambulance service in Suffolk. We started Essex and Suffolk Medical in 2017 to take our skills and uniquely easy way of working into what's otherwise a very complicated market.
We're here to provide brilliant care to anyone who might need it at public and private gatherings in Essex and Suffolk.
You can hire us to provide primary care to your staff and guests, which ensures you meet the requirements of event organisers and keeps everyone safe and happy.
How do we compare?
Enhanced DBS checked
Safeguarding level 2
First Aid at Work qualification
Emergency prehospital care qualifications
Work with an independent ambulance service
Voluntarily help the NHS ambulance service
Qualified to drive on blue lights
We love to meet and help different people at events, but remember - we're not a statutory service.
If there's an emergency and there isn't someone nearby to help, call 999 straight away.
Our job isn't to replace the 999 service, but to help, support and reduce the pressure at public and private events.
You may have heard about CQC. The Care Quality Commission are the government agency who ensure that patients are cared for properly and kept safe and secure at all times. CQC currently govern medical services similar to ours which operate an ambulance for the transport of sick or injured people.
EAS Medical are exempt from registration right now, but we work to the same high standards as if we were. We're led by a CQC registered manager, work with (or for) another CQC registered service and follow all the same rules and protocols.
We don't offer an off-site patient transport service; our ambulances are used for on-site treatment and transport. If we need to transport a patient to hospital, we'll ask our colleagues in the statutory services to take over.
We have a regulated arm called Adastral Park Emergency Services. In the very rare situation that we need to take a patient to hospital, they will do it on our behalf. Our ambulance displays the insignia of both EAS Medical and Adastral Park Emergency Services for this reason. We're the same team, just working under a different name in the community. There is a clear demarkation between the two services (where required) and this clearly displayed.