What do you stand for? With 4,000 members of staff and 2,000 volunteers, the answer will be different for all of us.

We all have values that determine our decisions and what we think is important. But what is important in this organisation, here at EEAST? What values should we have as an ambulance service?

Values are about how we behave towards each another, our patients, our partners and stakeholders. They describe what’s important to us, what matters most. They are words that we all sign up to, so we need you to tell us what you want them to be.

Our ambition is to be an ambulance service that offers the best standards of care to patients, in the right place at the right time, every time. Developing our values is the first step in changing the culture of the Trust and making it a place where we are all proud to come to work.

So what do you stand for? We’d like you to look at the list below and vote for the 10 values that are most important to you as a member of this ambulance service. We’ll then gather your opinions and share the overall top 10 with you, ready for the next stage of the process.

Together, we can make a change.

Values – please select the 10 you think are most important for EEAST: