Chief executive of The Ambulance Services Charity leaves to pursue other interests

Lorna Birse-Stewart, chief executive of The Ambulance Services Charity (TASC), has left the organisation to pursue other interests, it has been revealed.

According to a statement issued by TASC, Birse-Stewart was instrumental in launching the charity in March 2015, which aims to support current and former members of the ambulance services community, as well as their families and dependents. She also played a key role in setting up the charity’s new UK head office in Westwood Way, Coventry.

While at the organisation she led in its regional engagement programme, touring the UK and visiting ambulance services both within the NHS and the independent sector, as well as engaging with leading figures from the ambulance industry.

A replacement chief executive for TASC has not yet been announced.

Taken from Journal of Paramedic Practice, published 22 April 2016.

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