How to be an ambulance driver
The medical profession has been hit hard by a sharp rise in the number of people dying in ambulance services, with the death toll rising from an average of five every day to 12 in the past five years.
This comes as hospitals are being overwhelmed by patients seeking urgent care, particularly those with heart attacks.
As ambulance services are becoming increasingly popular, there is a need to train paramedics, and in many parts of the country, it is the job of paramedics to provide these vital services.
But while there is an increasing number of paramedics in the profession, many are reluctant to take on the role, or are afraid of the workload.
Al Jazeera’s James Pindell reports from the UK.