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Public Invited to Ambulance Trust Board Meeting

24 November 2017

Members of the public are invited to attend a clinical update presentation at Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS) prior to its Trust Board Meeting next week.

The presentation will be given by Executive Medical Director Dr Julian Mark and members of the senior clinical team. They will provide details on clinical developments in the ambulance service and outline the latest research and development projects underway.

The presentation will be made on Tuesday 28 November 2017 at 9.00am, prior to the Trust Board Meeting at Trust HQ, Kirkstall and Fountains, Springhill 2, Brindley Way, Wakefield, WF2 0XQ, which will start at 9.30am.

YAS holds its Trust Board Meetings in public on a quarterly basis. These events give members of the local community the opportunity to look behind the scenes at the emergency service, find out about recent developments at the Trust and its future plans.

The meeting will be attended by Trust Board members as well as senior management representatives, and the agenda includes performance and finance updates and the submission of the half-yearly report on Resilience and Special Operations.

Details of all Trust Board Meetings held in public can be found on the Trust’s website. www.yas.nhs.uk

If you would like to attend the November Trust Board Meeting please register your interest by emailing foundationtrust@yas.nhs.uk or telephoning 01924 584416.

ENDS

Notes to Editor:
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust covers almost 6,000 square miles of varied terrain from isolated moors and dales to urban areas, coastline and inner cities and provides 24-hour emergency and healthcare services to a population of more than five million people. The organisation receives an average of 2,450 emergency and routine calls per day and employs over 5,000 staff.

The Patient Transport Service made over one million journeys in 2016-17 transporting patients to and from hospital and treatment centre appointments. The Trust’s NHS 111 service helped 1.5 million patients across Yorkshire and the Humber, Bassetlaw, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire during 2016-17.

Issued by the Yorkshire Ambulance Service Press Office

Produced By: Corporate Communications Department