East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS - NHS Trust
Get involved

Become a member of EMAS

By becoming a member of our Trust you will have the opportunity to

get involved in the decisions we make and to influence the way in

which we plan and develop our services. Members can work with us

to inform us of their needs and of the services our local communities

would like us to deliver.


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What’s more you will also be entitled to a great range of discounts on

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How involved can I get?


We appreciate that all of our members are different and will want to have different levels of involvement with our Trust. How involved you become is completely up to you:


-  You can be kept up-to-date with the latest EMAS news and information.

-  You can take part in discussions, workshops and focus groups about

    our services and how they could be developed.

-  You can stand for election to sit on our Council of Governors (all of our

    members can vote in the elections).


Just let us know how involved you would like to be on your membership application form.


What if I need a helping hand?


If you have special needs arising from a disability, just let us know and we will provide tailored support so you can be fully involved to the level you wish. If you have not been involved as a member in an organisation before, let us know and again we will support you so that you can make the contribution you want.


Grab this opportunity to get involved!


Click here to get an easy read version of this application form.  


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Foundation Trust Membership Application Form
About you
Contacting You
Ethnic Group
Getting Involved
How involved would you like to be? »
Areas of Interest
Please indicate which areas of the ambulance service you are interested in hearing about.
Public Register of Members


Please note that your data will be kept and managed in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998).