28 October 2011
NSL Care Services Expands Portfolio to Emergency Service Provision
NSL Care Services has expanded its portfolio to NHS ambulance services to assist in the response to 999 and urgent calls, and national performance criteria increasing capacity and capability. The expansion into the provision of emergency services was a natural progression for NSL Services Group, having established a professional, and reliable reputation for a quality service in both HDU and NEPTS (Non Emergency Patient Transport Services).
NSL Care Services has a strong management team who have vast experience of emergency and non-emergency support in seven NHS ambulance trusts and several NHS hospital trusts.
In the unscheduled healthcare sector, key resourcing support has been developed for dual crewed ambulances and solo response vehicles up to paramedic level, as well as an innovative staffing solution placing state registered paramedics on NHS ambulance trust resources.
For scheduled emergency support, NSL Care Services provides a 24/7 service to Birmingham Women’s Hospital Neo-natal Unit. This is a bespoke stand-alone service with two vehicles dedicated to the Unit. Most journeys are undertaken as blue-light emergency transfers.
The unique aspect here is that the driving is not localised. It has a UK catchment, because this Unit is the most advanced in the UK. The journeys involve the transportation of premature babies in an incubator with a qualified team provided by the Unit.
NSL has four high dependency unit (HDU) crews in line with the County Intermediate Tier. All the work they undertake is stable, but requires monitoring in transit. Most of the transfers are cardiac care patients to NSRI in Stoke on Trent, as there are minimal cardiac care services in Shropshire.
Other HDU journeys take us to the Birmingham Hospitals, and we provide a service to the spinal injuries unit at the Robert Jones Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry. Nearly all of the Bariatric services that we provide a HDU element.
NSL is currently recruiting all grades of pre-hospital care professionals. If you are an IHCD FPOS ECA, ECSW (NHS Trained), IHCD Ambulance Technician or SR Paramedic,
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