Ambulance Quality Indicators (AQI)
Monitoring our performance and the clinical care we provide
Constantly monitoring our performance and the clinical care we provide is essential. It shows how well we respond to patient need and how we can ensure standards of care are not only maintained but continuously improved upon.
Ambulance services are not measured simply on how quickly we reach patients, but more importantly on how we treat patients when we get there and the outcomes of that treatment.
Ambulance Quality Indicators look at both our performance and our clinical care - allowing us to identify where we are doing well and where we need to improve.
We publish this information every month
Each month a dashboard of information and statistics is available right here (and on the Department of Health website) - showing how we are doing compared to all other ambulance services in the country.
You'll notice that our performance and clinical care data is published on a different schedule - this is because it takes additional time to compile and analyse all of the clinical information about how we care for our patients.
Ambulance Quality Indicator (AQI) Dashboard
Click here to view details about our performance during November 2014 and our clinical performance for August 2014 (published by the Department of Health on 8 January 2015).
Should you have any problems accessing this information, or have any questions about particular areas of the data, please click here to contact us.