Volunteering in the Service

A patient group in discussion

Are you interested in helping us to improve healthcare in Scotland?

The Scottish Ambulance Service wants to hear from the public we serve.

We want to ensure that we are giving our patients the best possible care and that we are meeting their needs and expectations. This is where you can help.

We want volunteers from all over Scotland for our Engagement Steering Group, which meets for three hours, four times a year at our National HQ in Edinburgh. During the meeting members are presented with the latest, and proposed, developments in the service and we are keen to hear feedback from the public on their views, whilst providing a fresh pair of eyes.

Whether or not you’ve used the Scottish Ambulance Service before – emergency services or Patient Transport – you can help us shape what we do in the future.

Our next meeting will be October 2nd from 2 – 5pm. We cannot pay for attendance, but we do pay agreed expenses. We do have further meetings scheduled, so don’t worry if you can’t make that one!

We pride ourselves on being a caring and proactive service and we need your help.

Please email scotamb.communications@nhs.net with a bit about yourself and what interests you in a role with us.