Tony Browett, 66, will retire from his Patient Care Assistant role in our Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service (NEPTS) at the end of this month, after over 15 years of service.
In 2008, he started working at Chesterfield Royal Hospital on patient transport. Tony officially joined EMAS when we took over the NEPTS contract in December 2019.
Prior to joining EMAS, Tony was a Private Investigator after retiring from the police. At his 16, Tony joined the Derbyshire Police as a Police Cadet and then he joined the regular force at 18. After more than 33 years of service Tony retired from the police in 2006.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Tony for his dedicated public service over the years. His input and contributions have always been welcomed and appreciated. We wish Tony a very happy retirement.
Pictured above from left to right are Jade Arthur, South Derbyshire Operations Manager for NEPTS; Luke Fairhurst, Tony’s manager; Tony and Stephen Browett, Tony’s son.