Community Health Ambassadors
Here at NHS Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) we have introduced a community health ambassador scheme to connect with local people and communities on health issues and to help plan and develop health services. We have already recruited a small group of ambassadors but now we’re looking to increase our team of volunteers to help reach out to more people.
What do community health ambassadors do?
Ambassadors are local people who, within their own community or organisation, and dependent on their availability and interest can share information on NHS campaigns or health service developments.
The information is supplied by Herts Valleys.
Alan Bellinger, community health ambassador “Being a Herts Valleys Health Ambassador means that I am able to help people to improve their wellbeing and enjoy a more fulfilling lifestyle. In short – it’s time well spent!”
John Wigley, Community health ambassador: “I volunteered to be a Health Ambassador to let people know about the many services that the local NHS provides for them."
Interested in find out more? For an informal chat contact Heather Aylward
01442 898885 firstname.lastname@example.org