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The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) brings pioneering pre-hospital care to the scene, rescuing hundreds of severely injured or ill patients every year. We are not NHS-funded.

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Patient stories

GNAAS saved my life and I’m very grateful for their help. My mum, dad, and kids are also very grateful.

Samantha Sugden

Penrith

Patient stories

GNAAS saved my life and I’m very grateful for their help. My mum, dad, and kids are also very grateful.

Samantha Sugden

Penrith

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Why two cyclists covered 150 miles on a 75 mile route

“Who’s idea was this!” was the tongue-in-cheek question on both our minds as Carl and I left Durham at 6:00am on Saturday morning to head to Progress House, the Eaglescliffe base of the GNAAS, for the start of the Velo29 organised GYRO sportive. While 6am was an early start, if all had gone to plan, … Continued

Barbecue explosion survivor tells his story

Steven Clark was preparing for the first barbecue of the year at his home in Riding Mill, Northumberland, when the incident happened. The 47-year-old was struggling to light the fire, so decided to use liquid fuel. Unknown to him, the fire was already alight. Within seconds, he was engulfed in flames. “The fuel ignited,” he … Continued

Five things we learned from running an air ambulance crew course

1 – Making and running a course like this has so many moving parts. It takes months of planning and regular meetings. More work than we ever thought. We got asked to take the course on when we became consultants. It was ready for a reinvigoration. We wanted to move from it being a course … Continued

Why two cyclists covered 150 miles on a 75 mile route

“Who’s idea was this!” was the tongue-in-cheek question on both our minds as Carl and I left Durham at 6:00am on Saturday morning to head to Progress House, the Eaglescliffe base of the GNAAS, for the start of the Velo29 organised GYRO sportive. While 6am was an early start, if all had gone to plan, … Continued

Barbecue explosion survivor tells his story

Steven Clark was preparing for the first barbecue of the year at his home in Riding Mill, Northumberland, when the incident happened. The 47-year-old was struggling to light the fire, so decided to use liquid fuel. Unknown to him, the fire was already alight. Within seconds, he was engulfed in flames. “The fuel ignited,” he … Continued

Five things we learned from running an air ambulance crew course

1 – Making and running a course like this has so many moving parts. It takes months of planning and regular meetings. More work than we ever thought. We got asked to take the course on when we became consultants. It was ready for a reinvigoration. We wanted to move from it being a course … Continued

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