Dr Marsh answers questions in Cromer at his first public meeting.
Over 10,000 people sign the petition calling on the government to get a grip on the ambulance service in north Norfolk.
The Leader of the Labour Party, Ed Miliband, praised Act on Ambulances campaigners in north Norfolk.
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It has been confirmed that Anthony Marsh, the part-time Chief Executive of the East of England Ambulance Service Trust, is to "step aside" from his role "earlier than planned" when[...]
Ambulance response times showed signs of improvement in October, but campaigners have warned the service is still a long way off reaching important targets.
There are calls for the Health Minister in charge of ambulances to resign after another poor set of performance figures for the county's ambulance service.
A Labour MP has criticised the salary of the region’s ambulance chief after he received a £50k pay rise for taking on the role of part-time.
The ambulance trust is to receive a cash injection of up to £15 million from local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) within the NHS.
It will take two years to bring our local ambulance trust up to a good standard, Norfolk's top ambulance boss has claimed.
The BBC reports on the Act on Ambulances' public meeting which saw the new ambulance boss questioned by members of the public for the first time.
The new Chief Executive of the East of England Ambulance Service Trust, Anthony Marsh, will talk about his plans for the health emergency service.
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