ambulancewoman

ambulancewoman

(ˈæmbjʊlənsˌwʊmən)
n, pl -women
Brit a woman who works as part of an ambulance crew
Translations

ambulancewoman

[ˈæmbjʊlənswʊmən] (British) nambulancière f
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He said he went to assist after seeing an ambulancewoman in the back of the vehicle giving treatment.
The former ambulancewoman is proud of the reputation she and her team have earned.
PC Paul Cound, Ann Murphy, of Worcester Taxi Drivers Association, and ambulancewoman Christine Curtis.
During the course of the past 20 years, she's worked with Helen Mirren in Prime Suspect 3 and taught up-and-coming actor Colin Salmon the kiss of life (all in the course of her part as an ambulancewoman).
Andrew Vines, prosecuting, said that the former ambulancewoman from Pantgwynlais in Tongwynlais, started defrauding the system in 1996, applying for housing benefit, then council tax relief and income support all without revealing her pounds 700 monthly NHS pension.
Victoria Barrett, a Leading Ambulancewoman in the Warwickshire Ambulance Service, of Bidford Road, Broom, near Alcester, is made an MBE for her services to health care.
The trucker, of Newport, south Wales, was given a conditional discharge and ordered to pay the ambulancewoman pounds 25 compensation.
An ambulancewoman told an inquest yesterday she was surprised at the lack of urgency shown as a man neared death from a cocaine overdose in a police cell.
A former ambulancewoman working in patient transport, Jacqui had taken a career break when her second son was born in 1993.
commended Ambulancewoman Shirley Radley is thanked by chief executive Kevin Ellis
Victoria Joanne Barrett, of Bidford Road, Broom, near Alcester, a leading ambulancewoman in the Warwickshire Ambulance Service, is made an MBE for her services to health care.