There are a number of ways you can get involved with your local
Become a member
NHS trusts are changing in a way which will
enable us to involve our patients, our local communities and
our staff more closely in how we run our service. We will do
this by becoming an NHS foundation trust. We would like you to
support us by becoming a member and having a greater say about the
services we provide and how we deliver them.
Find out more about becoming a member.
Become a governor
When we become an NHS foundation trust we will have elected
and nominated governors who will form our Council of
Find out more about the role of a governor and
how to become one.
Attend an event
Throughout the year we hold a number of seminars for our
members on a range of topics, including stroke and heart care
and public education.
Find out more about our events.
Get involved with our community projects and events
We run a wide-ranging public education programme which aims to
increase understanding of our work, how people should use the 999
service and what they should do in a medical emergency.
Read more about our community and public education
How we get involved with schools and public education
The public education team organises special events, including
junior citizen schemes, crime and safety awareness days, and school
Find out more about our public education and
download our resources.
Become a volunteer medic in your community
You can help your local ambulance service by becoming an
ambulance community responder. You will be trained to attend
emergency calls in your local area and provide first aid to
patients until an ambulance arrives.
Find out more about becoming a community
Learn to save a life
Have you ever thought about learning how to save someone’s life?
Would you know what to do if someone suffered a
heart attack or was choking?
Find out how you can take a training course to learn
to save a life.
Work for us
If you want a job that really makes a
difference to people’s lives, why not come and work with us. As
well as roles directly related to caring for patients, we employ
people in a range of support departments that play a key part in
making sure we can respond to anyone needing our help 24 hours a
day, 365 days a year.
more about working for us.