Peter Glover

Volunteer Development Manager at South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Location:
Bolters Lane, Banstead, Surrey, United Kingdom
Company:
South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust
HQ Phone:
+44 1737 363866
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Last Updated 6/28/2013

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Responder Operations Manager  - NHS

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Bronwen Drake invited South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust (SECAmb) Responder Operations Manager Peter Glover, who was first to arrive on scene of the emergency, and Surrey firefighters Lee Doyle and Dave Medley to join her at Pennyhill Park Hotel in Bagshot on Tuesday 9 March.
On arrival at the emergency, which took place in the car park of the hotel on 9 December last year, Peter knew they had to act quickly and instructed Camberley White Watch to lift the Vauxhall Corsa off Bronwen. The firefighters decided to use their bare hands rather than set up specialist lifting equipment and worked together to lift the car and walk it to the side. Peter then performed life-saving resuscitation with Lee's help for approximately five minutes and delivered a shock to restart Bronwen's heart with a defibrillator, before she began to come round. Her miraculous recovery continued as Peter's SECAmb colleagues, Rebecca Molden, Harri Carter and Lesley Jamieson joined him at the scene to further treat Bronwen and take her to Frimley Park Hospital, en route to which she became more alert and was able to speak, asking for Peter - 'her smiley faced man'. Peter was by her side and kept her comfortable with his fellow clinicians before she was admitted to Frimley Park. Peter and the fire crews met Bronwen soon after the incident when visiting her in hospital but she always promised she'd invite them for tea at the hotel. Bronwen said: "I'm so thankful for everything everyone did for me and want to thank everyone involved. Obviously I don't remember all the details but I understand there was terrific teamwork with everyone staying calm but acting extremely quickly. I'm so very grateful and have made some friends for life." Peter added: "We were all delighted to meet up with Bronwen in better circumstances and spend the afternoon being treated at the hotel. Bronwen Drake invited South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust (SECAmb) Responder Operations Manager Peter Glover, who was first to arrive on scene of the emergency, and Surrey firefighters Lee Doyle and Dave Medley to join her at Pennyhill Park Hotel in Bagshot on Tuesday 9 March. On arrival at the emergency, which took place in the car park of the hotel on 9 December last year, Peter knew they had to act quickly and instructed Camberley White Watch to lift the Vauxhall Corsa off Bronwen. The firefighters decided to use their bare hands rather than set up specialist lifting equipment and worked together to lift the car and walk it to the side. Peter then performed life-saving resuscitation with Lee's help for approximately five minutes and delivered a shock to restart Bronwen's heart with a defibrillator, before she began to come round. Her miraculous recovery continued as Peter's SECAmb colleagues, Rebecca Molden, Harri Carter and Lesley Jamieson joined him at the scene to further treat Bronwen and take her to Frimley Park Hospital, en route to which she became more alert and was able to speak, asking for Peter - 'her smiley faced man'. Peter was by her side and kept her comfortable with his fellow clinicians before she was admitted to Frimley Park. Peter and the fire crews met Bronwen soon after the incident when visiting her in hospital but she always promised she'd invite them for tea at the hotel. Bronwen said: "I'm so thankful for everything everyone did for me and want to thank everyone involved. Obviously I don't remember all the details but I understand there was terrific teamwork with everyone staying calm but acting extremely quickly. I'm so very grateful and have made some friends for life." Peter added: "We were all delighted to meet up with Bronwen in better circumstances and spend the afternoon being treated at the hotel.

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A number of staff, including Julie and Marie received training on 16th June from Peter Glover, Responder Operations Manager, South East Coast Ambulance Serviceon on CPR and the use of the defibrillator.

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Mediplacements - New cardiac team launched in England

Commenting on the development, SECAmb's Peter Glover said the organisation is "delighted" to welcome this addition to its services.
He added: "They will support the work of the ambulance service and help to improve outcomes for patients."

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