Lifesaver bids a fond farewell after an extraordinary 40 years
Paramedic Noel was one of the longest serving in London
world. It’s like having a friend and you support each other, both in what’s going on in your life and through the difficult jobs we have to attend.”
Mr Thomas started his career at Park Royal ambulance station September 6, 1976 and moved to Willesden ambulance station before he spend a majority of his career working from Wembley ambulance station.
He also said the most important part of the job was treating all people equally – rich, poor and everyone in between.
Assistant director of operations for London Ambulance Service, Ian Johns, said: “A 40 year career serving London is an extraordinary milestone and the London Ambulance Service wishes Noel the very best in his retirement.”