Workshop for those who want to get involved in shaping Bristol's ambulance service
People who want to help shape the future of ambulance services in the area are being invited to a workshop to find out more about how they can get involved.Great Western Ambulance Service (GWAS) is due to merge with the neighbouring South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWAS) next month.
As the Devon-based service, which covers Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, is a foundation trust members of the public can be more involved in how it is run.
Governors are elected from staff, the public and other organisation to hold the service's board of directors to account and an extra 16 will be required when it increases in size on February 1 with the acquisition of GWAS.People interested in becoming governors can attend the workshop in Almondsbury on Friday, January 11.SWAS chairwoman Heather Strawbridge, said: "Our council of governors are the guardians of the trust and make a unique contribution to its future development and success. Governors are a vital link between the trust and its members, staff, stakeholders and wider public, ensuring that the voices of those they represent are heard at the highest level in the trust.
"The views of members help inform the development of the future strategy and direction of the trust.
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"As well as putting forward their views, governors also have responsibilities for holding the board to account for achieving its strategic aims and targets."
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