New 999 response system to be piloted
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Scottish ambulance service to pilot new 999 response system

A new response system for 999 calls is to be piloted by the Scottish Ambulance Service.

The scheme will mean changes to the way calls are prioritised.

The service says it will save lives and improve the quality of care for patients.

BBC Scotland's Lisa Summers reports.

  • 30 Sep 2016