West Mids Ambulance Video

A peek behind the scenes during filming for an exciting new corporate video for West Midlands Ambulance Service. Our camera crew spent a week filming with staff in all departments all over the region - to show how they're transforming the service so it can answer over 3000 emergency calls a day
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How it used to be! Enthusiasts from the Ambulance Heritage Society take part in filming with a 1967 Bedford J1 ambulance - to show how things have changed!

How it used to be! Enthusiasts from the Ambulance Heritage Society take part in filming with a 1967 Bedford J1 ambulance - to show how things have changed!

In total, West Midlands' fleet of modern ambulances transport patients over a million miles a month

In total, West Midlands' fleet of modern ambulances transport patients over a million miles a month

West Midlands Ambulance rapid response cars are now based in the community - closer to where patients need them. Community stations are at fire stations, supermarkets  - and as here, even an airport

West Midlands Ambulance rapid response cars are now based in the community - closer to where patients need them. Community stations are at fire stations, supermarkets - and as here, even an airport

Kayleigh Southall explains the role of emergency call takers in the control room at Brierley Hill

Kayleigh Southall explains the role of emergency call takers in the control room at Brierley Hill

If you ever wondered how much life-saving equipment you can get in the back of a modern ambulance... here's the answer

If you ever wondered how much life-saving equipment you can get in the back of a modern ambulance... here's the answer

Martyn Scott who manages the ambulance service in South Warwickshire explains how more paramedics are now based in the community - close to the patients who need them

Martyn Scott who manages the ambulance service in South Warwickshire explains how more paramedics are now based in the community - close to the patients who need them

Kayleigh Southall is filmed answering a 999 call in West Midlands Ambulance Services's state of the art control centre at Brierley Hill, Dudley.

Kayleigh Southall is filmed answering a 999 call in West Midlands Ambulance Services's state of the art control centre at Brierley Hill, Dudley.

Filming with a mini jib in the emergency control centre at Brierley Hill - where highly trained call takers respond to over 3000 emergency calls a day

Filming with a mini jib in the emergency control centre at Brierley Hill - where highly trained call takers respond to over 3000 emergency calls a day

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