Ambulance service bosses say they have improved the way it works to keep patients and staff safer, and improve its inspection rating.
Back in 2020, a team from the Care Quality Commission put it into special measures for a number of reasons including worries about safeguarding.
It has now improved its pre-employment checks which inspectors are happy with, and they also felt its leadership has improved after a check at the end of last year.
Ambulance bosses say this moves them closer to coming out of special measures.
Tom Abell, East of England Ambulance Service Trust chief executive, said: “It is very pleasing news that our regulators, the CQC, continue to recognise improvements with the lifting of these conditions on our registration.
“When I joined the trust in August 2021, it was clear there was much work to be done to tackle longstanding cultural and organisational issues and that it would take time to work through our improvement plans to ensure change was embedded in the trust.
“We know there is still a lot that needs to be done and will continue our work in making EEAST a great place to work and one that provides its communities with an excellent service.”