GTA:National Health Service
|Formed:||20th February 2020|
|Legal personality:||Medical Agency|
|Size||270km2 (104 sq mi)|
|Headquarters:||Pillbox Hill Hospital|
The Los Santos National Health Service (NHS) was established on the 20th of February, 2020 and is one of the most vital services operating within Los Santos. The LS NHS has the following mission Statement "Los Santos National Health Service is committed to providing the best service we can to the community through the preservation of life and the environment by providing excellence in response, prevention, education and training." The NHS are still some of the happiest workers in Los Santos, knowing that they are in a safe and secure working environment, where they are cared for, and are warmly welcomed by others no matter what situation they arrive at. The NHS will provide some of the best times you can get within the community.
See below for information on applying to Join the LS NHS
If you are wanting to recommend a medic or make a suggestion for the NHS please use this form. Medic recommendation and NHS suggestions.
Los Santos National Health Service is committed to providing the best service we can to the community through the preservation of life and the environment by providing excellence in response, prevention, education and training.
Our Director says “We would like to welcome you to the Los Santos NHS. Together we will work as a team to help the community with any medical needs that they have. We will work hard to make the NHS a good place to work and a place of professionalism. Core values are something we should all strive to provide at all times. Most important of all, please enjoy yourself and help people who are down on their luck at that point!”
Pride - We aim to serve with pride and honour in all our actions
Integrity - We will strive to the highest moral and ethical standards, honesty and trust will serve as our foundation in dealing with each other and our community.
Dedication - Our department will strive for personal and professional excellence and dedication to our duties.
Respect - Every member of the NHS will treat all people with compassion, tolerance and dignity by providing a professional service that is expected from our community.
Please follow the chain of command when approaching people with any issues. Remember that should you respect each other no matter the situation, we are all here to work for the NHS and make the NHS the best possible place it can be. The chain of command should be used where possible. Exceptions can be made if/when required. Ultimately a Director's decision is final.
Associate Ambulance Practitioner (AAP) - This is the first rank you will get within the NHS, this will be a training period for yourself, to learn the techniques of being a medic and helping you get a full understanding of what is expected from you as an AAP.
Paramedic - This is the rank where you will be able to put all you have learned during your training period into practice and on a more regular basis, by being able to patrol on your own and help out members of the community.
Specialist Paramedic - If you have shown your competence you have gained this rank. You are one step closer to joining a unit should you want to. You can patrol on your own, keep going though, better stuff is still to come.
Advanced Paramedic - Now you have selected to become part of a unit. You can now work with your branch to help newcomers to the NHS and utilise the bonuses that you are offered. What lies in front of you will be dictated by what branch you have chosen.
Consultant Paramedic - You’ll now have a little more responsibility and with that comes a little more work. Depending on the department you have selected to be part of, the responsibilities you will be tasked to undertake will vary. This could be anything from providing feedback or tests for your department.
Chief Medical Officer - This is the head of the unit. This person will be involved in the running of their department/unit. Making sure that its staff are completing the jobs to an excellent standard, and will be in charge of maintaining a working environment for the branch.
Director - The highest rank within the NHS. Ultimately the final decision will be made by this person. They will also be working closely with the CMO and CFO to make sure the NHS/Fire is running like a well-oiled machine. Any disciplinaries will be conducted with this person. They have worked their way through the ranks from bottom to the top, so will also have a wealth of knowledge.
|Pay||£ 840||£ 960||£ 1080||£ 1300||£ 1540||£ 1860||£ 1960|
Firstly, you will need to apply to the National Health Service by filling out an Application Form. Ensure that your application is as detailed as possible and meets the required word counts. After submitting your application it will be reviewed and you will receive a private message on the Forums regarding its outcome. At time of writing there is no 'cooldown' between applications. If you are declined feel free to reapply as soon as you like.
On passing the application stage, you will be invited for an interview. The interview stage is stringent! Be sure to read the NHS Terms of Service before your interview, Having passed you will be able to go out and patrol with fellow Medics and gain some experience. This is the start of your NHS Career.
The NHS Consists of 4 units.
General NHS Staff
This is the basic branch of the NHS, if you choose not to take a selected career in one of the units, this is the branch you will be in, you can only reach the rank of Paramedic.
The Specialist Response branch is a collection of multiple units within the NHS that specialise each in their own specialized situations. Interest Form
Within specialist response there are 3 Units;
Search & Rescue: They specialise in the rescue on mountains, heights, rapids and cliffs. They have their own helicopter they can use after a training.
HART: The Hazardous Area Response Team – more commonly known as HART – is composed of specially recruited personnel who are trained and equipped to provide the ambulance response to high-risk and complex emergency situations.
Rapid Response: They specialise in traffic collisions and incidents where rapid response is needed. They work together with the police traffic division and the NHS units to create safety and fast medical help on the field.
Training and Recruitment (T&R)
This is the National Ambulance Training Team for Los Santos. You will be required to take a sit-down interview to show an understanding and competency of the role and what is required. Once you are in the unit you will be tasked with some of the following jobs: Application process, Interviews of new medics, Feedback on current medics and on and off site training for NHS, Police and others. Interest Form
They are the advanced roleplay units within the NHS. And split into two sub-branches HCU and Critical Care.
HCU: They specialise in Hospital Tasks such as appointments, surgeries, assessments. Rank of Paramedic to join - Interest Form
Critical Care: The aim of the department is to provide high quality medical roleplay. Rank of Paramedic to join - Interest Form
These vehicles can be used by all NHS staff members.
- Mercedes Sprinter Ambulance
- Fiat Ducato Ambulance
- EC-130 ((Training received from T&R)S.PAR+)
These vehicles are to be used by Specialist Response members. You have to be trained by a trainer to gain access to these.
- Skoda Karoq (Search & Rescue)
- BMW R 1200RT (Rapid Response)
- Mercedes-Benz Vito (Incident Commander/HART)
- AW139 - Air Ambulance (Search & Rescue)
- RHIB (Search & Rescue)
- Subaru Impreza (Rapid Response)
November Tango - T&R
These are the vehicles used by the T&R members. You have to be a member by T&R to gain access to these.
- 2017 Range Rover SVR
- Skoda Octavia
- BMW Series 3 Touring
These vehicles are used by members of Critical Care
- BMW X5
- MD902 - Air Ambulance
- Skoda Octavia HEMS Car
These vehicles are still being developed and are currently Director only
- Blood Bus