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South East Coast Am­bu­lance Ser­vice NHS Foun­da­tion

Trust (SECAmb) is ex­pect­ing to in­crease the num­ber of clin­i­cal ad­vi­sors work­ing in its emer­gency op­er­a­tions and NHS 111 cen­tres fol­low­ing suc­cess­ful re­cruit­ment events in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

The event, or­gan­ised by Health Sec­tor Jobs, was tar­geted at clin­i­cians want­ing to work in the UK.

SECAmb’s de­ci­sion to at­tend the event fol­lowed a great deal of work to re­cruit nurses and fill clin­i­cal va­can­cies in both 999 and 111 cen­tres. Ahead of the event, SECAmb re­ceived sig­nif­i­cant in­ter­est and short­listed dozens As Chair of the el­lenor board of Trustees I wanted to per­son­ally thank Kent Life and in par­tic­u­lar ed­i­tor Sarah Sturt for all their sup­port for our char­ity over the past five years. In her role as a pa­tron, Sarah at­tended many of our sup­porter events and has been a huge ad­vo­cate of our work. Dur­ing this time we have had the ben­e­fit of Kent Life show­cas­ing the breadth of our hospice care and sup­port to lo­cal fam­i­lies. Our work of can­di­dates for in­ter­view, in­clud­ing Bri­tish nurses want­ing to re­turn to the UK, as well as nurses from a range of other coun­tries. A to­tal of 48 of­fers of em­ploy­ment were made fol­low­ing in­ter­views.

The in­crease in clin­i­cians will im­prove the safety of all pa­tients wait­ing for an am­bu­lance re­sponse, es­pe­cially lower-pri­or­ity cat­e­gory 3 and 4 pa­tients. to­gether has shown read­ers that hos­pices aren’t sim­ply places peo­ple come to die, but they en­able peo­ple to live and make last­ing mem­o­ries.

Char­ity part­ner­ships are hugely im­por­tant and ben­e­fi­cial and en­able us to raise much needed funds and aware­ness.

Thank you Kent Life from ev­ery­one at el­lenor and wish­ing you all a Happy New Year.

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