Call for volunteer drivers

Lucy Johnston 2021, News

Could you help transport people to their COVID vaccine appointment? A Grampian-wide call for volunteer community transport drivers to support the COVID vaccination programme has launched today. Community transport is playing a vital role helping those who need help to travel to their COVID vaccination appointments. We are receiving an increasing number of requests for help across Grampian and need more volunteer drivers. The recruitment drive hopes to attract volunteers able to drive their own vehicle. The Royal Voluntary Service will manage volunteers and assist the efforts being made to …

URGENT CALL FOR VOLUNTEER DRIVERS

Lucy Johnston 2021

Could you help patients travel home safely from hospital this winter? A Grampian-wide search to help find new volunteer community transport drivers was launched in December. Community transport plays a vital role for those who need help travelling to health and social care appointments. As the NHS enters a busy winter period, supporting patients who are ready to travel home after their stay can make an enormous difference to services and their availability. The recruitment drive hopes to attract volunteers able to drive either their own vehicle, or potentially, one …

Excellence award for health and social care transport information service

Lucy Johnston 2018, News

The work of a local project that supports people across the north east who are travelling to health and social care appointments has been recognised with a national award. The Transport to Healthcare Information Centre (THInC) project recently received a Bronze award at the COSLA Excellence Awards, which celebrate the best in Scottish Local Government and their quality of service to the public. The THInC project has continually sought to improve and expand since its inception over five years ago, when it launched with an innovative phone service to inform …

HTAP Annual Report 2017/18

Lucy Johnston 2018

Partnership working across Grampian in the health, social care and transport sectors has continued to strengthen this past year, the new Health & Transport Action Plan (HTAP) Annual Report outlines. The Nestrans Board today (Wednesday, 20 June 2018) has approved for the report be presented to the three Community Planning Partnership Boards within Grampian. The recently published review for 2017/18 covers the collective work undertaken by partners across the region including NHS Grampian, Nestrans, the Scottish Ambulance Service, Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray Councils, the three Health & Social Care …

Health and Transport Action Plan Annual Report

Lucy Johnston 2018, News

Partnership working in Grampian across the health, social care and transport sectors is reported in the Health & Transport Action Plan (HTAP) Annual Report 2016-2017.  The Health & Transport Acton Plan is progressed through collective action by Grampian wide partner organisations across health, social care and transport sectors and include NHS Grampian, Nestrans, Scottish Ambulance Service, Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdeen City Council, The Moray Council, the three Health & Social Care Partnerships and importantly the third sector.  The HTAP sets out strategic visions for partnership working with specific focus around the …