Have say on ambulance plan

Have your say

Derbyshire ambulance bosses are urging the 130,000 people who used the service last year to have their say in shaping its future.

More than 133,000 emergency calls were made to East Midlands Ambulance Service by people in the region during 2011/12.

Those who made 999 calls are being encouraged to take part in the service’s Being the Best consultation programme by attending a public meeting.

It takes place at Chesterfield hospital, on Wednesday, November 21, 6pm-7.30pm.