Update from CEO Anthony Marsh: 'recognising your achievements'

Chief Executive Dr Anthony Marsh

I have spoken before about how it is of the upmost importance to me to support all staff at the Trust, whether you work on the frontline, in support services, in a control room, primary care and 111 or in PTS. Despite the many issues we are facing as an organisation, it is always vital that we take time to celebrate our achievements, praise those who deserve it and take stock of what you accomplish every day, sometimes in the most extraordinary circumstances.

It gives me great pleasure to therefore announce that we are holding a second awards ceremony this year and this time it will honour the members of staff who go above and beyond in their role at the Trust. These awards will commemorate your successes and hard work and people will be nominated by senior staff and peers. More details have been published in a separate article but I am very much looking forward to seeing lots of you at the ceremony in November and celebrating your successes.

And it’s important we all continue to focus on your successes; I want you to work for one of the best ambulance services in the country, I want you to take pride in the organisation you work for and I want all of you to have the support you need to develop, progress and be successful whatever your role. In that light I would ask all ECAs to take the time to read the article on development that’s been published this week; we’re absolutely committed to giving you the opportunities you deserve, but it will take time.

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