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London Amublance Service

Volume 227: debated on Monday 28 June 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health, pursuant to her answer of 9 March, Official Report, column 498–99, on emergency calls to the London ambulance service, if she will now make it her policy to require detailed records to be kept of incidents where response times of emergency ambulances in London exceed 25 minutes and for information concerning the number and nature of such incidents and the reasons for them to be placed in the Library each month.

No. The London ambulance service is answerable to South West Thames regional health authority. The policy on requiring detailed records of response times is a matter for it.