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New website is launched

24 November 2010

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust (SECAmb) has launched its new user-friendly and much more accessible website.

The new site provides a wealth of information and support to those wanting to find out more about the Trust.

People can sign up to receive emails on all the latest news from the Trust by signing up to an RSS feed or by simply completing an online form.

There is also a new image library offering high-quality generic ambulance images which can be downloaded in three different sizes.

The interactive site also provides helpful first-aid MP3 files which people can also download.

Additional features which can be found on the site include information on how you can get involved as a member of the public, health awareness campaigns and events taking place near you as well as employment opportunities within the Trust.

SECAmb’s Head of Communications, Amy Day said: “We are delighted with the new site.  It is a much more modern, user-friendly site which is accessible for both members of the public and staff.

“It was important that we developed a site that was not only easier to navigate but accessible to many more people.  This is why in developing and building this site we held a number of public and staff focus groups and user testing sessions earlier in the year.”

The increased accessibility allows users to change the colour of website pages as well as the text size via an easy option at the top right hand corner of every page.

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