New paramedics take to the road

PUBLISHED: 10:28 16 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:36 26 October 2009

Jo Hare and Kyle Naisbitt

Jo Hare and Kyle Naisbitt

TWO new student paramedics are due to take to the roads to help the people of Times Territory. Jo Hare and Kyle Naisbitt are now based at the WGC headquarters in Ascots Lane. The pair completed their training which included blue light driving and advance

TWO new student paramedics are due to take to the roads to help the people of Times Territory.

Jo Hare and Kyle Naisbitt are now based at the WGC headquarters in Ascots Lane.

The pair completed their training which included blue light driving and advanced life support.

Rob Ashford, chief operating officer for Beds and Herts, presented the students with certificates.

He said: "It's essentially nearly four months of hard work for this group, and credit has to go to them to come through to the end and pass the course.

"The experienced tutors have given them a fantastic foundation and when they go out on the road they will be able to put this in practice.

"I encourage them to keep on learning, to not let their books gather dust and to go out on the road ready to do the best they can for patients.


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