Dr Hilary Jones was invited to spend a shift with crews from the East of England Ambulance Trust. Emergency calls have increased 35 percent in 5 years, and that's set to go up further. Are the closures of A&Es and the introduction of the NHS 111 service adding extra pressure on already stretched crews?
70 percent of calls don't require an ambulance to attend, or a trip to hospital. Are the public getting frustrated with being unable to get help from their GP or drop in centre, and reaching for 999 instead?
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