Patient Panel volunteers

welfare volunteers


PATIENT PANEL volunteers

A new Patient Panel has been designed to increase the involvement of patients, as well as their families and carers, in improving and shaping the future of our services. 

The panel is made up of patients, family members or carers of patients who have used SCAS services, as well as representatives from voluntary groups and partner organisations.

The Patient Panel Volunteers will have an opportunity to gain insight and have a say on service developments and improvements across 999 emergency services, Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service (NEPTS) and NHS 111.


This volunteering opportunity is flexible meaning you can get involved in a way that suits you. 

You will be asked to attend regular meetings, either in person or online, to discuss issues, as well as share views on specific areas of interest, including the design, development and delivery of Trust services through focus groups or via surveys and other online feedback

To join us as a Patient Panel Volunteer you need to be over the age of 16 years old (for some roles their is a minimum age of 18 years), live in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire or Sussex and able to listen and discuss different perspectives with others in a constructive way. 


The Patient Panel will have a dedicated Patient Voice Panel Lead to provide ongoing support to the panel and its members. You will receive an appropriate level of support, training and education so you are able to effectively contribute towards Trust projects and workstreams. 

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Stephen Geist