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The College of Paramedics in the UK is proud to be working in partnership with professional bodies around the world to celebrate International Paramedics Day for the first time on 8th July 2022 – and annually thereafter.

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If your organisation represents the paramedics profession and would like to get involved, please download our Partners Information Pack for more information and contact us. We would love to hear from you.

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Please share your stories, photos and videos with us to showcase the vital role that paramedics play in people's lives and the reasons why paramedics should feel proud of the work that they do.

The content upload form has now closed for 2022, thank you to everyone who has submitted content to be shared as part of the International Paramedics Day 2022 celebrations. Please check back later this year when the form will be opened again in preparation for the 2023 celebrations.

PARTNERS.

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American Paramedic Association

USA

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Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE)

UK

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Associação Nacional dos Técnicos de Emergência Médica (ANTEM)

Portugal

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Australasian College of Paramedicine

Australia

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BCEHS is a proud partner in the first ever International Paramedics Day. This is an especially fitting time to be celebrating paramedics. The challenges of the past two years brought on by a global pandemic, climate-related emergencies, and other events have been daunting, yet day after day we see the kindness, strength, empathy, resourcefulness and humility that paramedics bring to their work, their patients, their colleagues and their communities. Sending out a huge thank you to paramedics in BC and around the world!

Leanne Heppell - Chief Ambulance Officer, BC Emergency Health Services (BCEHS), Canada

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Asociación Colombiana de ProfesIonales en Atención Prehospitalaria

Colombia

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British Columbia Emergency Health Services (BCEHS)

Canada

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Bluelight Emergency Medical Service

Nigeria

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College of Paramedics

UK

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It is a unique profession that just keeps changing and diversifying. Paramedics are insatiable. They always want what is best for those who they help, they are innovative, creative, compassionate, determined and have boundless energy for what really matters. Whilst only a small profession in number, it has such an incredible impact on people’s lives.

Tracy Nicholls - Chief Executive, College of Paramedics, UK

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Copenhagen EMS

Denmark

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Evercare Hospital Lekki

Nigeria

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Emergency Medical Response Volunteers

Kenya

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Fénix - Associação Nacional de Bombeiros e Agentes de Proteção Civil

Portugal

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Global Paramedic Leadership Alliance

International

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International Paramedic

International

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International PreHospital Medicine Institute

International

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International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine

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Paramedics are a vital part of the NHS workforce, providing life-saving care to millions of people each year.


Whether they’re on an ambulance delivering hands-on care, giving advice over the phone in 999 and 111 control centres or working alongside GPs in local surgeries, the role paramedics play has never been more important.


We’re delighted to be supporting the first ever International Paramedics Day and to celebrate the amazing role they play in the UK and across the globe.

Daniel Elkeles - CEO, London Ambulance Service, UK

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Journée Nationale des Ambulanciers

France

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London Ambulance Service

UK

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Medical Training Solutions Ltd.

UK

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Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology

Kenya

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I’m incredibly proud to support the first ever International Paramedics Day. In my 40-year paramedic career I’ve seen the profession innovate rapidly with new skills and the latest equipment to improve our ability to save lives and improve clinical outcomes.

 

“Hundreds of paramedics come to NARU each year to learn new skills and abilities to become Hazardous Area Response Team operatives to ensure that the NHS Ambulance Service is effectively trained and fully equipped to provide the best front-line healthcare during the most complex incidents.

International Paramedics Day is celebrated in the same week as the NHS’s birthday, so it’s a perfect time to celebrate paramedics here in England but also around the world.

Keith Prior - Director of the NHS’s National Ambulance Resilience Unit (NARU), UK

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National Ambulance Resilience Unit

UK

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North East Ambulance Service

UK

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North West Ambulance Service

UK

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Paramedic Association of Canada

Canada

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Paramedic Association of Kenya

Kenya

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Paramedic Students Association of Nigeria

Nigeria

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RadioEMS

Online

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RadioEMS Africa

Kenya

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We must uphold and acknowledge the vital job performed by paramedics worldwide. This is done best through education and by increasing their skill level, both at a professional and personal level.
 

Benny Jørgensen - CEO, Prehospital Centre - Region Zealand, Denmark

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Region Zealand Prehospital Centre

Denmark

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Silverstone Medical Services

UK

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Sindicato dos Técnicos de Emergência Pré-Hospitalar (STEPH)

Portugal

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Sociedade Europeia de Emergência Médica

Portugal

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Sociedade Portuguesa de Emergência Pré-Hospitalar

Portugal

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St John Ambulance

UK

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States of Jersey Ambulance Service

Jersey

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The Ambulance Staff Charity (TASC)

UK

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I'm proud to be a paramedic because I get the opportunity to really change people's lives for the better, very cliche I know but it honestly means the world to me, if I graduate, to devote my whole life to helping others.

Toby - Student Paramedic at the University of Huddersfield, UK

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The Council of Ambulance Authorities

International

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Welsh Ambulance Service Trust

UK

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The Paramedic Foundation

USA

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Yorkshire Ambulance Service Trust

UK

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University of Huddersfield

UK

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Zimbabwe Emergency Medical Services Practitioner's Association

Zimbabwe

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University of Limerick

Ireland

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I am proud to be a paramedic because, when someone's day feels like the darkest possible moment in their life... I hopefully get to change that into a bright and colourful day full of hope.

Fiona - Student Paramedic at the University of Huddersfield, UK

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