Discuss the future of the London Ambulance Service

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City Hall

The Queen's Walk

London

SE1 2AA

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The London Assembly Health Committee invites you to City Hall to discuss the future of the London Ambulance Service.

We are launching a new investigation into how the Mayor can better support the London Ambulance Service perform its vital role.

We are holding a public open mic session to hear from Londoners about their views on the London Ambulance Service.

  • How well is it performing?
  • What would you like to see change?
  • How can Londoners have a greater role in shaping the ambulance services of the future?
  • And how could the Mayor help?

Attendance is free but spaces are limited- please register your interest to attend by 10 July.

The event is wheelchair accessible and we aim to meet all access needs. If you do have any access requirements and would like to give us more detail so we can ensure accessibility, please email healthcommittee@london.gov.uk or call Raphi Driver on 020 7983 6542.

We look forward to hearing from you. Please do feel free to share this invitation with your wider networks.

With best wishes,

Dr Onkar Sahota

Chair of the London Assembly Health Committee

The London Assembly Health Committee holds the Mayor to account on his commitments to health and wellbeing in the capital, and investigates health issues of importance to Londoners.

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The Queen's Walk

London

SE1 2AA

United Kingdom

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