Corby residents will have a chance to have their say on proposals to close every ambulance station in the county bar two at an upcoming roadshow.
East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) unveiled their plans to close every station in Northamptonshire except Kettering and Northampton in July, and have organised a series of meetings as part of an extensive public consultation.
A meeting at the Council Chambers at The Corby Cube has been arranged where EMAS will be talking to residents on Wednesday, December 5 from 6.30pm.
On Wednesday, October 24, EMAS representatives will be on hand to answer questions at Kettering Conference Centre between 2pm and 3.30pm.
Phil Milligan, EMAS chief executive, said: “We are keen to give as many people as possible the chance to come and hear about proposals, tell us what they think and provide feedback which will help us to shape the future of East Midlands Ambulance Service so that we offer the very best service to the communities we serve.
“The Being the Best consultation runs until December 17, so now is the time for people to have their say. However, public meetings are not the only way that people can share their views.
“We also have an online feedback form, a feedback form within the consultation document, which can be returned via free post, a free phone number and email allowing people to leave their feedback, as well as our Twitter and Facebook pages.”
Copies of the consultation document with more information are available at every public meeting, online at www.emas.nhs.uk, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling 0800 917 9911.
For more information follow @EMASBeingBest on Twitter or visit www.facebook.com/EmasBeingTheBest.