The United Kingdom is one of the most diversely populated countries in the world, with an unwavering ethos towards welcoming people into its community and then safeguarding their presence.
Specialist Transport Provider
As a Service Provider to the public sector, in both the healthcare and education industries, Healthcare and Transport Services recognise the diverse needs, requirements and idiosyncrasies not only within each authorising body but also within each department or clinic and, further still, within each client.
Flexible and Efficient Service
Our ability to deliver a fully robust, yet flexible service model using an efficiency based platform is demonstrated continually. It is also supported by references from our extensive current partnerships within the healthcare and education industries.
The HATS Group
Additionally, we are acutely aware of the financial constraints under which the public sector is now expected to operate. In the current climate, and in the undoubtedly trying times which are set to follow, we will operate in partnership with our public sector partners to assist them in their continued ambition for cost savings. We believe in the implementation of continued and sustainable efficiency gains whilst ensuring that service levels either improve or remain commensurate. This philosophy has enabled Cost Pressure Improvements and cash releases to take place on a regular basis.
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At the Healthcare and Transport Services (HATS) Group, we take our position within the local community very seriously. And whenever we can, we try to help give back to those that have used our facilities in the past. Last month we hosted an Open Day in our South East London office where friends, families and staff were invited to join us to learn more about the work we do at HATS.
Designed to raise awareness of children and adults with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), our open day – which took place on the 19th of July – was a great opportunity to show the continued support provided by both HATS and others within the community. The day consisted of training modules in regards to children with special educational needs, ambulance rides and a host of other fun activities and attractions which included face painting, arts and crafts, a BBQ and bouncy castle.
Dedicated to Grace Ejiro
A memorable day, the open event was also dedicated to the memory of Grace Ejiro, a Passenger Assistant who was based at our Penrose Street depot Grace, loved by all who met her, was tragically taken from us the previous week. A service held on the day was delivered by the Chaplin of LB Southwark. Grace’s family were the guests of honour, and a Book of Condolences was made available.
After the success of the occasion, I’m delighted to announce that here at HATS, we intend to make the open day an annual summer event, with yet more attractions planned For more information and details about patient transport please feel free to visit the HATS Group’s website. Henry Bilinski. – About the Author Henry Bilinski is the UK Chief Executive Officer for the Health and Transport Services (HATS) Group Henry is a highly experienced Chief Executive with over 30 years’ experience working in the transport and logistics industry. Having started as a Dispatch Rider, Operations Controller, Managing Director, Owner and CEO for a number of different organisations throughout his career, Henry is an expert in his field. Stay in touch with Henry on Twitter for more updates and HATS related news.