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If you would like to stay in touch with our plans or share your views on the future development of the ambulance service in the south central area (Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Hampshire) then please consider becoming a member of the Trust.
Membership is FREE, you just need to provide a few details and we will be able to register you as a member.
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A member’s story
Ali Beg, SCAS Hampshire public member and vice chair of SCAS Hampshire Community Engagement Forum
“I was born and bred in Southampton and currently work as Project Manager for Awaaz Community Radio. Having lived, worked and studied in the city, my wish is to work for continuous improvement and excellence in local health and social care services as I have good ground knowledge of the needs of the local BME community especially the Pakistani community including overcoming barriers (religious or customs). I am passionate about health awareness in the community and was at the forefront of the delivery of Healthwatch England.
I participated in Healthwatch England activities through my work with the CQC. I have particular interest in SCAS to help ensure it reaches diverse communities especially those that are seldom heard.When I was approached by Monica Moro, the Membership, Engagement and Marketing Support Officer at SCAS, getting involved would give me an active role in advancing BME public engagement.
As an FT member, I am able to use my experience of working with the ethnic community represented by Awaaz for mutual collaboration and gathering views and understanding experiences.As a SCAS Hampshire Community Engagement Forum member, I am able to put forward views and experiences of people – via the Awaaz platform – who use SCAS services from the wider community. This is a valuable asset in helping to understand the experiences of the service users.
I spend my spare time with family. My recreational interests include swimming, squash and long distance driving.”