Ambulance Today Magazine




Welcome to Ambulance Today magazine

Launched in September 2001, the first edition of Ambulance Today was actually at press on the day of 9/11 and had to be recalled for very understandable reasons so that we could report on that event. Since then we have become Europe’s leading specialist magazine for anybody involved in pre-hospital ambulance care. Ambulance Today is published four times a year and reaches 95,000+ people per edition – giving us the highest readership of any ambulance magazine available in Europe.


Europe’s Leading Ambulance Magazine Since 2001

Ambulance Today supplies the very latest news and information on current ambulance affairs to people providing NHS, voluntary or private ambulance services across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. But we also circulate our title to ambulance professionals globally and are happy to provide subscriptions for ambulance people anywhere in the world.

Ambulance Today is also distributed to all those companies specifically involved in supplying products and services to ambulance providers.

Ambulance Today does NOT take or seek advertising from companies, individuals or organizations NOT involved in ambulance care. We’re an ambulance magazine for ambulance people… and that’s how we want to stay!


What do we Report on?

As well as hard news Ambulance Today reports on all technical areas of interest to those who work in ambulance care, including clinical developments, fleetcare, product evaluations of the latest kit and equipment and updates on legislative and employment issues that affect staff and patients.

Basically, if it’s of interest to ambulance folk we report on it!

Ambulance Today provides a positive and supportive voice for staff and volunteers at all levels regardless of whether they serve in the NHS, private or voluntary parts of the ambulance world.


On the web-site you can:

  • Read or download our current edition
  • Read or download past editions from our archive
  • Read our rolling news service which gives up-to-date news provided by ambulance services and supply companies
  • Find out more about the editorial platforms we carry
  • Submit suggestions to us for future editorial content
  • Give us feed-back on our magazine – good or bad!
  • Find out about our advertising rates and packages
  • Book advertising
  • Find out about our readership
  • Take out either a paid subscription for our printed edition or subscribe for an F.O.C. electronic version direct to your email box



Our Mission Statement

hs-at-02Ambulance Today believes everybody involved in ambulance provision deserves an equal platform to express their views and opinions. Whether you are a Chief Executive, a Paramedic, an Emergency Medical Technician, a backroom worker, a volunteer or a student beginning your ambulance training, we believe that, because you serve the general public and dedicate your energies to ambulance care, you deserve a high level of respect from the patients and public you have chosen to serve and a platform to help you transmit those views and opinions to your peers in healthcare and emergency services.

We also believe that, regardless of the role you adopt, all staff, volunteers and decision-makers should be given an equal opportunity to have their voice heard on those issues that shape the clinical care ambulance people provide.

We therefore believe that it is our duty to ensure that our coverage isn’t confined to providing a platform for ‘the great and the good’ but also encompasses the work and viewpoints of everybody involved in ambulance delivery, regardless of the level you operate at.



Publisher’s Statement

Ambulance Today magazine is published by Ambulance Today Ltd, 41 Canning Street, Liverpool, L8 7NN. The views and opinions expressed in the magazine are not necessarily those of our Editor or Ambulance Today. No responsibility is accepted for omissions or errors. Every effort is made to ensure accuracy at all times. Advertisements placed in the publication marked “CRB Registered” with the organisation’s “CRB Registration No.” means that the organisation/company meets with the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants offered employment will be subject to a Criminal Record Check from the Criminal Records Bureau before appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings, as well as convictions and information held by the Department of Health and Education and Employment.


On behalf of Haemosexual I would like to say a huge “thank you” to the entire team at Ambulance Today.

Their support, kindness and shared passion to protect people through education will make our relationship even stronger in the years to come.