Health Ambassadors

Based at Solihull Hospital, students have the chance to provide entertainment services to patients on a stroke ward to engage them in various activities and help aid their recovery whilst in hospital.

This amazing opportunity will enable individuals to gain and expand both their knowledge and experience within the healthcare profession whilst building confidence and effective team working skills.

So…..

Are you a pro-active individual?

Do you have good promotional skills?

Do you have excellent time management qualities?

Are you looking to engage in a new role and environment outside of your school and/or home life?

Can you commit to 3 days per a week over the Summer Holiday period?

If you’re reading this and thinking yes, yes, yes and yes then becoming a Health Ambassador sounds like the job for you!

 

Above: 2016 Health Ambassadors.

Back row: Stephanie Parkes - Educator, Neyla Rayman, Nadia Rahman, Senior Sister Emma Jewis, Ward 8 - Solihull Hospital

Front row: Waqar Dad, Arslan Mehmood & Ricky Jevons - Pupils from Solihull Sixth Form College