York & North Yorkshire

Patient survey released to improve ambulance treatment

Patients treated by Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) have been asked to comment on the care they have received.

The Patient Experience Survey asks people who have been treated in the past year to comment so the information can be used to develop the service.

Chief Executive David Whiting said: "It will help us to identify areas where our services could be made better."

The ambulance service covers 6,000 sq miles (9,656 sq km) across North, East, South and West Yorkshire.

Patients who want to take part in the survey can visit the YAS website or phone YAS for a paper survey to be posted.

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