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Ambulance chiefs reveal plan to recovery
AMBULANCE bosses have published their final plan to turn around the failing service.
The integrated action plan includes hiring 351 more frontline staff by March 2014 and increasing the number of double-staffed ambulances by 31.
Other aims from the East of England Ambulance Service report include moving £20 million of spending from back office to front line spending, reducing crew turnaround times at hospitals and reducing the staff sickness level.
The latest plan, published this week, builds on an interim strategy put forward by interim chief executive Andrew Morgan back in March and also tackles issues about management raised by health watchdog the Care Quality Commission.
Read more in tomorrow's Daily Gazette.
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