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Annual Members Meeting 2019

Your invitation to SECAmb’s Annual Members Meeting


Please come along to our Annual Members Meeting

All our members, patients and the public are invited to attend our Annual Members Meeting (AMM) on Friday 20th September 2019 at East Sussex National Resort.

This is your opportunity to:

  • Find out more about how your local NHS 999 ambulance service and NHS 111 service work in the area you live in.
  • Learn lifesaving resuscitation skills (CPR) with our Community First Responders.
  • Check out some of our newest ambulances on display and meet our staff and volunteers!
  • Find out more about working or volunteering with SECAmb.

At the meeting, you will hear from our new Chief Executive about our improvement journey and your Governors will be there to tell you what they have been focused on this year in representing you, our members.

There will be a large exhibition of health and ambulance service information stands, some of our latest 999 vehicles on display outside the venue and a display from our Hazardous Area Response Team!

Book your place: It is free to attend, and friends and family are welcome to come along too! You can book your place online through our online form: you can also phone us to reserve your place on 0300 123 9180.

When and where is it?
: Friday 20th September
: 13:15 Exhibition & vehicle display opens, 14:30 -16:30 Annual Members Meeting.
Venue: East Sussex National Resort, Little Horsted, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 5ES*.
Refreshments: Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available from 13:30

*We move around the areas we serve. Next year the event will be in Kent.

members  HART team 

Getting there:
The venue has ample onsite parking (450 spaces). The nearest train station is Uckfield, which is 2 miles from the venue, and we can arrange a transfer from there if needed.

We have a Council of Governors meeting taking place before the AMM at the same venue from 10am – 1pm. Come along to see your Governors (who represent you) - in action! We have a number of elections in multiple areas next year for SECAmb Governors, so observing a Council meeting is a great way to get a better understanding of this voluntary role, especially if you are keen to be more involved with the Trust.

Hope to see you there on the day!

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