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Become a Voluntary Car Driver

South East Coast Ambulance Service has a number of volunteers who use their own cars to convey non-urgent patients to and from hospital appointments..

Volunteer Car Drivers aim to convey patients safely and in comfort to hospital appointments. The drivers are managed by the Patient Transport Service and are accountable to the Patient Transport Service Control, who allocate and supervise their daily work schedules. Our Volunteer Car Drivers are not employed by the Trust, the duties are considered to be wholly of a voluntary nature although drivers are reimbursed for mileage incurred in carrying out their duties.

The Volunteer Car Drivers Service is an integral and valued part of patient transport services with its activity being coordinated through the Ambulance Service Headquarters. As part of our recruitment process we are obliged to apply for a Disclosure from the Disclosure Barring Service, further information about the Disclosure schemecan be found here .

Do you have some spare time for a good cause?
We are looking for caring people with their own cars to assist in transporting

  • patients from their homes
  • to hospital appointments

Our volunteers provide an invaluable service to the community for patients with a medical need for transport and who would otherwise be unable to get to their appointments.

SECAMB are recruiting Volunteer Car Drivers who live in the Surrey area, if you are interested in this volunteer role please contact car.services@secamb.nhs.uk .

Unfortunately we do not provide Volunteer Car Vacancies for those who live outside the area.

 If you are interested in becoming a volunteer car driver please complete the form below.

* Compulsory fields.

Alternatively you can contact our car service by post, email or phone using the details below:

Ambulance Car Service

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust                                                         
40-42 Friars Walk
Lewes
BN7 2XW
Telephone: 01273 484890

car.service@secamb.nhs.uk

 

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