We work with the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust and a number of other charities. As a medical charity we are governed by a board of non-executive trustees and regulated by the Care Quality Commission
The Care Quality Commision (CQC)
The CQC is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. It makes sure organisations such as EAAA provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourages care services to improve.
It monitors, inspects and regulates services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety. Reports and performance ratings are published on their website.
Sir William Cubitt was appointed a trustee in September 2015. He retired from the Army in 2011 having served for 34 years in various roles and locations.
Christopher is EAAA‘s Company Secretary advising the charity on financial and charity issues.
Tom has been a trustee of EAAA since June 2017. As well as his work with us, Tom has been a Director at South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership since 2011.
Duncan works in Cambridge for Mills and Reeve Solicitors and is a partner in the healthcare and regulatory team. He advises and supports healthcare organisations in respect of compliance with a wide range of statutory requirements such as those enforced by the Care Quality Commission; the Police; the Health and Safety Executive; and the Information Commissioner.
Stephanie previously played an active role in government while living and working in Hong Kong. She heard about East Anglian Air Ambulance through supporters of the charity on her return to Cambridge and decided to become involved herself.
Since leaving the House of Lords, Edward Iveagh has taken an active role in the East of England chairing his family’s diversified farming business at Elveden, as a director of various private companies and as a member of the Brecks Partnership Core Management Group.
Nigel is a Chartered Accountant and was formerly a partner with both KPMG and Grant Thornton. He is now Chairman of AF, the farmer’s buying Co-operative and the R C Snelling Charitable Trust, a charity that owns the Snelling Group of businesses.
Mrs Penelope Walkinshaw DL is a Deputy Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire and was High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire in 2012. She read Politics and French at Sussex University and founded her first business, Born to Spend, in the 1980s. She worked in the bespoke travel business as a cultural guide and developed a market from the USA.