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Have your say about the local ambulance service

Thursday, November 24, 2011

You are invited to take part in a public consultation about the Yorkshire Ambulance Service, a consultation which closes on the 4th December. Everyone across the region is invited to share their views about the plans, and help to shape the way that ambulance services are provided in the future.


The Yorkshire Ambulance Service is looking to apply for foundation trust status in 2012. NHS foundation trusts are membership organisations that are free from central government control. This means that the new organisation will have a lot more freedom to shape the way that it provides and develops services for local residents.


They have developed plans for how they would like to take the new organisation forward in the future. However, they want to be sure that you have a say in what they are proposing.


They are also starting to recruit ‘members’ to the new organisation - who will be made up of staff, patients and public across Yorkshire. Members will help to influence decisions that are made and ensure that they really benefit our local communities.


Meg said:


“It’s important that everyone gets a say in the future of the ambulance service and I hope that people in Sheffield Heeley will want to get involved. Making the service a foundation trust will allow the people in the region to better shape how it runs.”


Details of the consultation available: http://www.yas.nhs.uk/ourfutureplans/index.html


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