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Glyn Thomas, one of the trust's clinical support officers, trained Ruth when she joined the service.
Ken Smith, clinical support officer at the Welsh Ambulance Service, said: "It is disappointing that Davies has breached her order yet again and we hope that this prison sentence will deter her once and for all from calling 999 inappropriately.
She promised 30 new clinical support officers for smaller acute hospitals and mental health units and 30 new facility nurses for smaller acute inpatient facilities.
Lisa McCarthy, a clinical support officer at West Midlands Ambulance Service, said: "The initial 999 calls suggested there could be up to six patients - three men in each car.
Charlotte Orchard (right), nursing unit manager at Dubbo Base Hospital, said that clinical support officer Kirbi Hocking (left) has lifted the weight off many of her clerical duties, allowing Charlotte to spend more time supporting staff and patients.
Clinical Support Officer, Martin Eaton, said: "The two men, who were in their 60s and from Smethwick, were in a Vauxhall Astra.
The new clinical support officers should lessen the burden of administration.
Clinical support officer Martin Eaton remained on scene wile the first ambulance crew gave statements to the police and CCTV footage was checked.