The IAA was formed in January 2012 to represent the interests of independent ambulance providers who are registered with the Care Quality Commission. A ‘not for profit’ body our core values are to work in a manner that is brave, decent and independent.
We are formally recognised by Government, the NHS, the Departments of Health & Transport, and media outlets being as the voice of the independent ambulance sector.
Our providers are diverse – from small and local to large and nationwide – but they all have one guiding principle: the care, well-being and safety of their patients.
As an organisation we fully support the regulation of those providing patient care and transportation; in England this is registration with the Care Quality Commission, which guarantees to event organisers, NHS commissioners and patients the highest quality standards.
Care Quality Commission - The state of healthcare in England 2016/17 The Association was invited to the unveiling of the Care Quality Commission's report "The state of healthcare and [...]
The Sudden Adult Death Trust is hosting a conference on life after cardiac arrest on Saturday 18th November, at 10-11 Carlton House, London, SW1y 5AH, starting at 9.30am. A nominal fee of £10 for individuals, [...]
The British Burns Association will be hosting a pre-hospital education day on the management of burns on 22nd February 2018. The morning will be at a training venue at Redhill (near Gatwick) with the [...]
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IAA membership is important for all independent ambulance services registered by the Care Quality Commission.