We work with experts and organisations from a variety of sectors to continue providing the right support to the ambulance community.
We appointed Professor Jennifer Wild as our Clinical Advisor in November 2018. Jennifer is Professor of Military Mental Health at Phoenix Australia Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health, the University of Melbourne and the Australian Defence Force. She is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Oxford where she developed evidence-based interventions to prevent the onset and persistence of PTSD and major depression in first responders.
The College of Paramedics is the professional body for paramedics and the ambulance profession in the UK, representing its members in all matters affecting their clinical practice and supporting them to achieve the highest standards of patient care.View website
DLL is a global finance partner for equipment and technology assets with over 50 years of industry experience, driven to help businesses grow. They deliver sustainable and effective solutions to move assets to market, throughout the entire asset life cycle: commercial finance, retail finance and used equipment finance.View website
One Broker Ambulance is dedicated to arranging specialist insurance protection for the independent and private ambulance sector. Covering everything from vehicles and equipment to people and property, the One Broker Ambulance team will help keep your business on track.Visit their website
CSIS Charity Fund is an independent charity dedicated to helping civil and public servants and their families get through tough periods in life. Through their partner organisations they are able to assist in times of hardship, upheaval and bereavement.View website
The National Ambulance Disability Network was established to provide a platform to learn from the experience of people with disabilities working within the NHS ambulance sector.
The Fire Fighters Charity support thousands of people in the fire community every year through a broad range of services including rehabilitation, health and wellbeing, nursing and recuperation.View website
The Police Treatment Centres are a charity providing treatment and support for working and retired police officers to improve their health, fitness and wellbeing.View website
The GMB is a general trade union with over 620,000 members in the United Kingdom. Members of the trade union GMB, work in nearly all industrial sectors, including the NHS, ambulance service and local government. GMB’s job is very simple: to get the best deal possible for their members.View website
TASC are proud to have worked with local Coventry-based creative agency Rawww on the design of our new website.View website
The Christian Ambulance Association is a group supporting Christians in the ambulance service run by Christians in the ambulance service.
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