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Statistics of service users who have called 999/111 over the age of 65

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Dear National Ambulance Resillience Unit,

Thank you for taking the time to respond to this freedom of information request.

I am keen to know if you can help me with some statistics for your elderly patients.

I would like to know if you can provide me with an average figure, as a percentage, of your emergency face-to-face patients (that is, those that call 999/111 and receive an emergency ambulance response) that are over the age of 65.

I appreciate that this may be difficult to gauge as calls are different each year, but I would be happy with her any between jan 20- jan 21 and jan 15 - jan 16.

This figure does not have to be exact, as I am aware some patients do not stipulate their age when calling 999, and upon arrival of the crew the age may be different, but as a rough estimation as a percentage of logged 999 calls to yourselves, this would help my work greatly into elderly care.

I am extremely grateful to you for facilitating this request.

Yours faithfully,

Lauren Cutler

Carl Rees, National Ambulance Resillience Unit

 

From: Carl Rees
Sent: 05 February 2021 10:41
To: '[FOI #723835 email]'
<[FOI #723835 email]>
Subject: FW: Freedom of Information request - Statistics of service users
who have called 999/111 over the age of 65
Importance: High

 

Dear Ms Cutler,

 

Thank you for your FOI request made via the National Ambulance Resilience
Unit (NARU) website on Wednesday, 3 February 2021, 18:19.

 

As an organisation NARU does not 'respond' to patients as such, we are
more of a central policy and advisory body in support of NHS ambulance
service trusts and NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE/I).

 

If you are looking for overall national ambulance statistics (to cover the
whole NHS ambulance service) you would need to make this request of
NHSE/I.

 

However, if your request is specific to an individual NHS ambulance trust,
you would need to approach that specific trust for the information.

 

As a national organisation, NARU is currently ‘hosted’ by West Midlands
Ambulance Service (WMAS).

 

Therefore, if you would like to make the request below of WMAS, I can
advise you to contact WMAS direct as they would hold the information that
you have requested, for their trust region. The email address is as
follows:

 

[1][email address]

 

I hope this is helpful and thank you again for contacting NARU.

 

Kind regards,

 

Carl Rees

 

Carl Rees BA(Hons) MCIPR

Stakeholder Engagement Lead, National Ambulance Resilience Unit
[2]http://www.naru.org.uk

Phone: 07958 547727

Email: [3][National Ambulance Resillience Unit request email] 

 

 

 

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From: Lauren Cutler <[4][FOI #723835 email]>
Sent: Wednesday, 3 February 2021, 18:19
To: Carl Rees
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Statistics of service users who
have called 999/111 over the age of 65

 

Dear National Ambulance Resillience Unit,

Thank you for taking the time to respond to this freedom of information
request.

I am keen to know if you can help me with some statistics for your elderly
patients.

I would like to know if you can provide me with an average figure, as a
percentage, of your emergency face-to-face patients (that is, those that
call 999/111 and receive an emergency ambulance response) that are over
the age of 65.

I appreciate that this may be difficult to gauge as calls are different
each year, but I would be happy with her any  between jan 20- jan 21 and
jan 15 - jan 16.

This figure does not have to be exact, as I am aware some patients do not
stipulate their age when calling 999, and upon arrival of the crew the age
may be different, but as a rough estimation as a percentage of logged 999
calls to yourselves, this would help my work greatly into elderly care.

I am  extremely grateful to you for facilitating this request.

Yours faithfully,

Lauren Cutler

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