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Surrey and north-east Hampshire

Introducing your governors for Surrey and north-east Hampshire...

Elections for public governors concluded on 13 December 2010.

The elected governors for Surrey (including NE Hants) are Marjory Broughton, Terry Daubney, Paul Jordan and Ian Smith.

Contact your governors: surrgov@secamb.nhs.uk

We'll update this page with more information soon, but for now, here are the governors' election statements:

Marjory Broughton

Becoming a Foundation Trust Governor of SECAMB is an important milestone in the development of improving ambulance services for the South East and delivering world class service. I recently helped formulate their Domestic Violence Policy.

I inspected hospitals, medical premises and negotiated with Chief Executives when a member of Bromley Community Health Council and have extensive experience of Governance. I am a member of Surrey 50+ with 1,200 members.

If elected a SECAMB Governor, I will be a critical friend, who may challenge decisions. I will represent, consult and reflect Trust Members’ views to Council.

Declaration of Interests:

Political Party: The Labour Party

Financial or other interest in the Trust: None

 

Terry Daubney

I retired from the NHS in October 2008, after completing over 38 years in the Ambulance Service. The progression of the South East Coast Ambulance Service to becoming a Foundation Trust provides an even greater opportunity to enhance the service it provides to the public.

The knowledge & experience I have gained, will enhance my ability to bring forward your views and observations to The Board of The Foundation Trust, ensuring that we are provided with a forward looking, cost effective and professional Ambulance Service, providing emergency medical aid and transport when required to the local community and visitors.

Declaration of Interests:

Political Party: None

Financial or other interest in the Trust: None

 

Paul Jordan

I have been a member of SECAmb for three years and think the Trust does critically important work in Surrey and across the Southeast. Until recently I was Secretary for the Surrey & Sussex region of the MS Society and I understand the need for good quality medical transport.

I am a Director of the Surrey Coalition of Disabled People and Chairman of Mid-Surrey LINks. I chaired their Communications and Engagement Group and, using my considerable experience, I am committed to improving communications with members of the public and professionals alike.

Declaration of Interests:

Political Party: None

Financial or other interest in the Trust: None

 

Ian Smith

A Surrey resident for 37 years and, since retiring four years ago, I have been deeply involved in SECAmb activities. I chaired the Surrey PPI (Patient and Public Involvement) Forum, am Vice-chair of SECAmb’s PPI Liaison Group and sit on various SECAmb groups as a patient/public representative.

Key areas of interest for me are the Patient Transport Service and equality of access for all. My business background provides me with good analytical and communication skills and I would feel privileged to use these to effectively represent the people of Surrey and help improve our ambulance service for all.

Declaration of Interests:

Political Party: None

Financial or other interest in the Trust: None

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