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Engaging with our communities

Our operational, community first responder and foundation trust teams regularly host and attend events across the South Central region.

Such events provide us with a great opportunity for us to hear from our public, our patients and the communities we serve, and to recruit foundation trust (FT) public members.

Ambulance staff are on hand at many of these events to showcase basic life support skills such as CPR, how to recognise an unconscious person, managing blood loss, the recovery position and operating a life-saving defibrillator.

If you represent a stakeholder organisation or community group and would like a visit from us please contact our Membership Office on 01869 365126 or email Getinvolved@scas.nhs.uk.

Young people's involvement - find out more on our Secondary Schools and Colleges section.

For more information please see our Stakeholder Engagement Strategy.

"We had found it to be an interesting and stimulating afternoon."

"The visit was a great success. Thank you for all your help in making this event happen".

"The talk was very interesting and informative".

"I would like to take the opportunity to say a massive thank you to Erica Cowley and the presenters from the Police and Fire services who produced excellent presentations that were thought provoking, informative and a reminder to us all about the dangers we face on the roads.

The big impact was the talking about the organs.

The powerpoint came across very well, interacted with the staff giving us food for thought, good information on reducing tiredness and speed etc." - Geoff Long, Southern Electric

 

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