Hot drinks are the most common cause of burns to young children

Parents are being urged to take care with hot drinks in a UK-wide campaign to tackle the most common cause of burns to young children. The SafeTea campaign is based on evidence collected by researchers from Cardiff University, the University…

Major Trauma Centre first in UK to benefit from weather station

University Hospitals of North Midlands Major Trauma Centre is the first in the UK to benefit from a weather station which provides certainty and real time information for emergency helicopter pilots about weather conditions, ensuring that its patients are seen quicker and with more efficiency.

Air Ambulances UK launches search for new Chair

Would you like the opportunity to Chair the Board of the national Charity supporting, representing and advocating the lifesaving work of the nation’s air ambulance charities and the wider air ambulance sector?

CLINICIANS, AVIATORS AND FUNDRAISERS CELEBRATED AT THE AIR AMBULANCE AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE

Almost 300 guests celebrated the best and brightest from the air ambulance community  at the national Air Ambulance Awards of Excellence 2019.
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NEW YEAR MARKS NEW ERA FOR THE UK’S AIR AMBULANCE SECTOR

The Association of Air Ambulances (AAA) trade membership body and national charity, Air Ambulances UK, are proud to announce a successful merger, taking effect from 1st January 2020

STUNNING PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION FOR WILTSHIRE AIR AMBULANCE

WILTSHIRE Air Ambulance will feature in a stunning photography exhibition by award-winning Sony Europe imaging ambassador Terry Donnelly.

Andrew Pearce, Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance Trustee, Wins Volunteer of the Year Award

Andrew Pearce, Trustee at the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance, is celebrating after he was recently crowned Charity Volunteer of the Year at a national awards ceremony held at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel in London. Andrew, who joined the Charity…

Unipart Logistics raises over £23,000 for Air Ambulances UK

A partnership between Unipart Logistics and Air Ambulances UK has raised over £23,000 to help the nation’s 21 air ambulance charities save even more lives.

Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance scoop 'Campaign of the Year' award for their collaboration with Haynes Publishing

Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance were the proud winners of the ‘Campaign of the Year’ award at the Air Ambulance Awards of Excellence for the Haynes Air Ambulance Manual, a joint project with Haynes Publishing benefiting Air Ambulances UK.

Trauma medics use 999 callers’ mobile phone camera to help most seriously injured people in the capital

Trauma paramedics are using 999 callers’ mobile phone cameras to get ‘on-scene’ at serious incidents such as stabbings and road traffic collisions in seconds rather than minutes. In the first use of the technology in the capital for serious trauma incidents, paramedics in the London Ambulance Service control room ask 999 callers’ to remotely access their smartphone cameras to quickly understand a patient’s injuries and help decide if resources like London’s Air Ambulance are needed.