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PRESTIGIOUS NATIONAL AIR AMBULANCE AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The winners of the Air Ambulances UK Awards of Excellence 2021 have been announced today! Find out which of the UK's air ambulance charity clinical crews, pilots, patients, teams, fundraisers and volunteers received awards at the special virtual ceremony.

GIVEAWAY LIFE AND AIR AMBULANCES UK UNITE IN MEMORY OF JUDE MORRIS, #101

Giveaway Life and Air Ambulances UK have united to raise vital funds for air ambulance charities in memory of the exceptionally talented motocross rider Jude Morris.

THE DAY I DIED SEVEN TIMES BUT SURVIVED THANKS TO SCOTLAND’S CHARITY AIR AMBULANCE

To mark Restart A Heart Day on 16th October we are sharing the inspiring story of Duncan who suffered a heart attack and died seven times, but survived thanks to the incredible critical care skills of the crew of Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance.
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WIN A LUXURY CAR WHILE HELPING AIR AMBULANCE CHARITIES TO SAVE EVEN MORE LIVES IN OUR NEW NATIONAL PRIZE DRAW

WIN A LUXURY CAR WHILE HELPING AIR AMBULANCE CHARITIES TO SAVE EVEN MORE LIVES IN OUR NEW NATIONAL PRIZE DRAW Following an urgent fundraising appeal made by EAAA in May, the air ambulance charity, which covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, is now able to carry packed red blood cells and freeze-dried plasma on every mission.

CEO OF AIR AMBULANCE KENT SURREY SUSSEX SHORTLISTED FOR CHARITY LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2021

CEO OF AIR AMBULANCE KENT SURREY SUSSEX SHORTLISTED FOR CHARITY LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2021 Following an urgent fundraising appeal made by EAAA in May, the air ambulance charity, which covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, is now able to carry packed red blood cells and freeze-dried plasma on every mission.
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Air Ambulances UK supports what3words #knowexactlywhere campaign

Air Ambulances UK joins national week of action to help callers #KnowExactlyWhere in an emergency with what3words

Research Shows A Significant Proportion of Patients with Sudden Loss of Consciousness Need Pre-Hospital Critical Care

Research from life-saving charity Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) in partnership with the University of Surrey has shown the benefits of dispatching HEMS to patients with a sudden, unexplained LOC of medical origin and a high prevalence of acute neurological pathology. The study – which is believed to be the first published about HEMS dispatch to non-trauma (neuro) cases - also highlights how HEMS dispatchers in dialogue with ambulance personnel are able to select patients requiring HEMS-specific interventions and, based on its findings, identifies opportunities to improve triage for these patients.