Become a BME Paramedic with West Midlands Ambulance Service.

‪Are you a paramedic or training to be a paramedic and come from a Black Minority Ethnic community? If so, West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) want to hear from you. ‬

‪The 2016 NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard shows that patient care benefits when the workforce is representative of the communities they serve. ‬

‪WMAS is already has one of the highest rates of BME staffing in the ambulance sector but they want to be truly representative. ‬

‪Contact or call 01384 215 896 for more details.‬

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