Plans to close ambulance stations are put on hold



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Plans to close ambulance stations across the area, including the base in Stamford, have been put on hold while a solution to missed response targets is found.

East Midlands Ambulance Service, known as Emas, will focus on improving response times before implementing wide-ranging changes to its service.

New chief executive Sue Noyes said she planned to review proposals to close the majority of ambulance stations in the area, including those in Stamford, Bourne and Oakham.


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