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Local Ambulance LGBT+ Networks

Each NHS Ambulance Service has a LGBT+ Network and a range of support mechanisms. In this section you can find out more about each network and how you can connect with them. Working with local networks we can also provide some information about other local services and support mechanisms.

East Midlands Ambulance Service

Pride in EMAS


Caroline Scott
Clinical Education Development Specialist

Deputy Chairperson

Caroline Toogood

Trust Support Provider

PAM Assist
0800 882 4102

Staff Network

The EMAS LGBT network was set up in 2015 coinciding with the relaunch and formation of the National Ambulance LGBT network as we know it today.

The network is open to all members of staff as well as volunteers and students on placement within the Trust and aims to raise awareness of LGBT issues and provide support and education to the workforce.

Additional Support

EMAS Occupational Health services are provided by PAM Assist. See for contact details or telephone 0115 704 3200 or 0800 882 4102 for 24/7 support.

Peer 2 Peer support is available throughout the Trust from any member of staff wearing the P2P badges. Staff can be referred to LGBT P2P staff via the P2P network if required.

The Trust’s Freedom to Speak Up Guardian can also be contacted for help and advice. The contact is:

Local Information

Below are the contact details of a number of LGBT support organisations operating in the East Midlands region:

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