Vote YES for the NHS: the ambulance re-ballot campaign rolls on!

UNISON activists and organisers are on the road speaking to SCAS and SECAmb members about why we need to put NHS Pay right today

The re-ballot of UNISON members at South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) and South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) is underway now.


Activists and organisers have been visiting ambulance hubs, offices and hospitals up and down the region, speaking to members and encouraging them to cast their vote before the ballot closes on 16 February.

The UNISON South East welfare van has been parking up and offering hard pressed staff hot drinks in the cold weather.

SCAS and SECAmb members are saying they want to be able to join the thousands of NHS staff taking industrial action and send a message to the government that they need to get back around the table and talk to us about a better pay award.

If you work for SCAS or SECAmb look out for the UNISON vans at a location near you, and don’t forget to vote before 16 February!