A nationwide network of ambassadors has been announced representing the Public Health Collaboration at a local level to nurture a network of people to help inform and implement healthier decisions for where they live.
A balance of healthcare professionals and members of the public were asked to volunteer their time, experience and skills to support the registered charity after successfully passing interviews directly with the charity’s Director, Sam Feltham.
The locations and contact details for each ambassador has been published on the Public Health Collaboration’s website at the following link (www.phcuk.org/ambassadors)
NHS healthcare professionals and members of the public are being encouraged to get in touch with their local ambassador to find out more about how the charity can help improve public health in their area.
The local ambassador for Truro & District is John Berriman, Little Penstraze, Chacewater, Truro.
John, a former pastor, studied nutrition with the Nutrition Network SA, has a passion to help those who have been diagnosed with T2 Diabetes and struggling with weight gain.
Sam Feltham, Director of the Public Health Collaboration charity said, “It’s an honour to have so many passionate people representing us locally.”