CFR Attendences at calls for breathing difficulties or shortness of breath.
Matt Alsbury-Morris made this Freedom of Information request to South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
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Dear South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust,
Please can you advise how many calls per year, over the past 3 years, Community First Responders have been dispatched to where the call was categorised as 'breathing difficulties' or 'shortness of breath' or similar?
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