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Volunteering in the NHS roadshow

Rotherham people who are thinking of volunteering in the NHS and want to know more about the roles on offer, are being encouraged to come along to the volunteering roadshow on Thursday 11 July 2024.

Representatives from RDaSH will be taking their information roadshow to the Riverside Café, in Riverside House, the Council building on Main Street, Rotherham, from 10am to 2pm, where they are keen to talk to local people about potential openings in the NHS.

It’s one of several drop in roadshows currently being drawn up across the three geographical areas the trust covers, where staff will be able to have face to face meetings with local people to explain more about the trust and encourage their involvement.

Patient Experience and Involvement Lead, Stuart Green, who is assisted by Volunteer Coordinator, Neil Anderson, said: “The sessions will be an opportunity to invite people of all ages and diverse groups to come and have a chat about jobs, apprenticeships, jobs, and volunteering opportunities within our organisation.

“Currently, most of our volunteers tend to operate in the Doncaster area, providing fantastic support, and we now want to up the numbers in Rotherham and North Lincolnshire.

“We are also eager to talk to a wide range of patients, carers and members of the public who would like to have a say in how we run our services.

“The ‘meet us’ events will be very informal, people won’t be expected to sign up for anything, but they will have the opportunity to find out more and have any questions answered.”

If you would like more information about volunteering or working for RDaSH:

Published: July 05, 2024

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