We value the contribution made by our patients and public and we
aim to involve you as much as we can in the work we do.There are
many ways you can get more involved in your local ambulance service
and make a real difference in your community.
As well as considering a job with SECAmb you can also join our
ever growing team of volunteers who work either as a Volunteer Car Driver or a Community First Responder.
We also have opportunities for you to become
a member of the trust and help us by providing feedback on our
service, answering questionnaires or even becoming a Governor.
Please join us at our Annual Members Meeting on 25 September
All our members, patients, and the public are invited to attend the
South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust’s Annual
Members Meeting (AMM). Our Annual Members Meeting takes place on 25
September 2014, and is being held at The Orchards Events
Venue, New Road, East Malling, Kent, ME19 6BJ, which is
located within the grounds of East Malling Research.
Timings: 12.30 Exhibition opens, 13:00 Light lunch, 14:00 Annual
Members Meeting begins 16:00 Meeting finishes.
The event will include a range of stalls, highlighting many
different areas of our work. There will be the opportunity to meet
our staff and learn more about what we do, as well as to meet the
Council of Governors and the Board of Directors, and hear about the
Trust’s activities over the past year. The venue has just over 200
free onsite car parking spaces, and East Malling train station is
close by. Light refreshments will be provided.
Register online: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AMM_2014
Phone: 01273 484821 (Please leave your name, postcode, telephone
number and the names of additional attendees) – upon doing this,
please assume we have received your registration. Confirmation
details will be sent out prior to the event. SMS: 07770
For more information about other events and activities, please
visit the Membership Zone. This section
should provide you with all the information you need to get more
involved and if you have any questions why not get in touch.