Welsh Ambulance Service to host its AGM
The Welsh Ambulance Service is inviting members of the public to observe its Annual General Meeting.
The once-yearly gathering of Board members will take place on Zoom on Wednesday 27 September 2023 from 9.30am.
During the meeting there will be discussions on the Trust’s achievements over the past year, including the launch of the Cymru High Acuity Response Unit, which was set up to improve cardiac arrest survival rates.
There will also be a presentation on the Trust’s vision for volunteering, and the public and stakeholders can put questions to the Board.
Chair Colin Dennis said: “It’s been another challenging year for all of us in the NHS, and the Welsh Ambulance Service has been no exception.
“Our people continue to work in a health and care system which at times has been overwhelmed.
“Despite the challenges, our achievements during this last year have been impressive.
“Our people have come together at all levels of the organisation not only to respond to the challenges they face on a daily basis but also to make service improvements, without which the situation we faced would have been much worse.
“Our Annual General Meeting is a chance to learn more about those improvements as we reflect on how the last year has felt for us as an organisation, for our people and for the people we serve.
“We hope you will be able to join us.”
Click here to join the Zoom meeting on Wednesday 27 September 2023 from 9.30am, which will also be streamed on the Trust’s Facebook page.
Viewers can ask a question in real time via the Q&A function on Zoom, or pre-submit a question by emailing AMB_AskUs@wales.nhs.uk
In the meantime, click here for the agenda and here to read the Trust’s Annual Report and Accounts for 2022/23.
The Trust will also host its bi-monthly Board meeting the next day, Wednesday 28 September 2023, also via Zoom.
Click here to register for the meeting which begins at 9.30am, an agenda for which will be available on the Trust’s website in the days prior.
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