The learning from deaths policy sets out the practices we use to review and learn from the deaths of patients under our care, so we can protect future patients from avoidable harm.
A summary version of the NWAS Urgent and Emergency Care (UEC) Strategy 2019-2024. A version of the full document is also available in 'publications'.
This document provides a summary of our five year plan. This includes our strategic vision, which is informed by our market assessment, as well as a detailed breakdown of the key deliverables and milestones for each strategic objective.
As per national requirements, this document details our WRES action plan for 2023-2024
North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) Annual Report for the year 2018-19
Our Urgent and Emergency Care (UEC) Strategy 2019-2024 sets out how NWAS can play a key role in developing a more joined-up urgent and emergency care system, ready to respond to our patients’ needs. A summary version of the strategy is available, search 'urgent care plan on a page' in publications to view.
NHS trusts are not issued with a provider licence, the Board of Directors are required to self-certify whether or not they have complied with conditions equivalent to the licence that NHS Improvement has deemed appropriate: • Condition FT4 relates to systems and processes for good governance. NHS providers must make a corporate governance statement under condition FT4 as to current and future compliance.
This policy outlines our approach to comply with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI) and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIRs). The legislation provides for the disclosure of information and all recorded data except personal information.
To mark the achievements made by North West Ambulance Service and our staff during the last year, we have put together a special achievements book.
NHS trusts are not issued with a provider licence, the Board of Directors are required to self-certify whether or not they have complied with conditions equivalent to the licence that NHS Improvement has deemed appropriate: - General Condition 6 requires providers to certify that they have taken all such precautions necessary to comply with the conditions of the licence, the NHS Acts and NHS Constitution.