South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) is inviting healthcare professionals and members of the public to help shape the future development of the Trust’s emergency and non-emergency services.

Anyone with an interest, comment or concern regarding local services that SCAS provides today (including emergency 999, NHS 111 and non-emergency patient transport services) or who has ideas or suggestions that would enhance patient care, day-to-day operations or partnership working in the future is invited to come along to:

  • The Oxfordshire Community Engagement Forum
  • Wednesday 31 May, 2.30pm to 4.30pm
  • Glyme Hall, Burford Road, Chipping Norton, OX7 5DZ

Richard McDonald, Head of Operations for Oxfordshire, and Amanda Painter, Head of Patient Experience, will be available for a ‘Question Time’ session, and Rachel Coney, South Central Ambulance Charity CEO, will give a short presentation on the charity’s work and how local people can get involved.

Following this, there will be an opportunity for a representative from any organisation attended to give a short, three-minute talk about their services and we would welcome any marketing material for distribution amongst the attendees.

To book your place, simply call 01869 365126 or email getinvolved@scas.nhs.uk

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