South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) is seeking a public governor in Oxfordshire.

Anyone passionate about health services improvement may consider applying for the role.

Professor Sir Keith Willett CBE, chair at SCAS, stressed the importance of such a role: "Our members and our governors are at the core of the trust, and rightly have a say on how we can improve our services to meet the needs of the people we serve.

Oxford Mail: Keith WillettKeith Willett (Image: SCAS)

"The NHS and SCAS really need to hear those voices and you can help make a difference to your local emergency services if you stand as a SCAS governor in this election."

Helen Ramsay, lead governor at SCAS, added: "Governors care about improving their local health services and are keen to develop stronger links between SCAS and their local communities.

Oxford Mail: Helen RamsayHelen Ramsay (Image: SCAS)

"As a council of governors, we need to understand and represent the requirements of the people who we serve and actively listen to and value what people have to say."

Nominations open on March 4 and close at 5pm on March 19.

People can nominate themselves for the position as long as they are a member of the foundation trust.

More information on the role and nomination process can be found on the South Central Ambulance Service website.