SECAmb covers a wide geographic footprint covering the Surrey, North Hampshire, Kent and Sussex localities.

As part of a national programme we are working closely with our partner organisations, social care providers and Integrated Care System (ICS) groups to integrate clinical systems.

This integration programme involves the sharing and contributing of SECAmb patient care records with our regional partners so that it is accessible via their shared care records. It supports the ongoing delivery of patient care and aids clinical decision making leading to better patient outcomes.

The integration of records for the Surrey, North Hampshire and Kent localities has been completed, with work ongoing across Sussex to gain access to their shared care record.


Further information relating to these programmes, including associated Privacy Notices and FAQs may be accessed via the following links below: 


Urgent Community Response Services 

NHS England commission Urgent Community Response (UCR’s) to respond to individuals with an urgent health or social care need. These teams provide short-term support, to diagnose and treat conditions, provide appropriate equipment and care to the patient, to prevent a hospital admission. As part of direct patient care SECAmb is now working with its UCR teams who will review lower category call patients and where clinically appropriate accept these into their UCR commissioned pathway. All these services conform to Data Security & Protection Toolkit requirements and Information Governance obligations. 

 There are 19 teams within the SECAmb region which the Trust is working closely with. Each UCR is hosted by an NHS organisation / NHS provider. Their operating hours may be variable but typically this is between 08:00 – 20:00, 7 days a week.


Further information may be found below:


Surrey Care Record

Thames Valley Care Record

Kent and Medway Care Record

Sussex Care Record

Shared Health and Care Analytics Board

This is the senior governance group for the analyst community across Kent and Medway. Your information will be passed, with all identifiers removed, to a collaborative programme called the Kent & Medway Shared Health and Care Analytics Board. It will be used for population health management purposes beyond your individual care, including, for example, planning services, managing finances, early treatment of illnesses (known as risk stratification), co-ordinating and improving patient and service user’s movement through the health and care system, research, and public health enhancement.

Further information can be found on the NHS Kent & Medway Website