Foundation Trust Members Zone

Welcome to the Members Zone.

Become a Member

Each Foundation Trust has a membership of local people, like you, who have an interest in how the Trust is run and developed in the future. We are keen to enlist your support in helping to shape the development of our Ambulance Service Trust.

Anyone over the age of 16 who lives in the West Midlands can become a member. Membership costs nothing and you can join more than one Foundation Trust if you would like to. You must, however, live within their catchment area.  As a member, you can be involved as little or as much as you choose and in a variety of different ways.

Members will receive a quarterly newsletter, via their email address, which will include current news, Trust projects and initiatives. Members will also be informed of other activities throughout the year such as Care Quality Commission visits or reports as and when required.

Any members wishing to be more active may want to consider standing for election as a Governor.  All members have the opportunity a vote as to who represents them as a Governor on the Council of Governors.  The Council of Governors works closely with the Trust Board to represent members views, contribute ideas, advice and provide a link with our communities.

How do I get involved?

Complete the online Membership Form

Useful Links

There are a number of publications – Members Newsletters, Monthly Briefings – which update you with the latest news about the Trust and activities that our staff has been involved with.  These can be found within our Publications page.

More information about foundation trust and the Council of Governors can be found within these pages.

Contact Us

If you require any further information or have any queries regarding this page, please contact:

Membership and Governor Support Office
West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
Trust Headquarters
Millennium Point
Waterfront Business Park
Waterfront Way
Brierley Hill
West Midlands
DY5 1LX

Email: foundationtrust@wmas.nhs.uk

Telephone: 01384 246411