A motorcycle paramedic who fell gravely ill with Covid has represented London Ambulance Service.
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Richard Webb Stevens, a motorcycle paramedic from London Ambulance Service who was born with severe hearing loss, was nominated for the illustrious award during the Queen’s platinum Jubilee.
An off-duty 999 call supervisor at London Ambulance Service saved her dad’s life when he collapsed in cardiac arrest at home.
A London Ambulance Service paramedic has been awarded a Queen’s Ambulance Medal recognising 22 years of devoted service to Londoners in need.