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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.

1,620

callouts last year

£4,135

cost per mission

£6.7m

annual cost of the service

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GNAAS win North East business award

We are celebrating after winning an award at a ceremony held to recognise the best of North East business. Our charity was presented with the Services award in the Teesside heat of the North East Business Awards, which was held at Middlesbrough College. David Stockton, the chief executive officer from GNAAS, dedicated the award to … Continued

Brew with the Crew

Baby who needed to be airlifted reunited with GNAAS paramedic four years later

Isaac Hoey from Sunderland was only six weeks old when he suddenly stopped breathing while on a weekend break in the Mungrisdale area of the Lake District in 2018. Recalling the incident, his mother Helen Hoey said: “We had been for a weekend away in the Lakes and Isaac had developed a cold over the … Continued

GNAAS win North East business award

We are celebrating after winning an award at a ceremony held to recognise the best of North East business. Our charity was presented with the Services award in the Teesside heat of the North East Business Awards, which was held at Middlesbrough College. David Stockton, the chief executive officer from GNAAS, dedicated the award to … Continued

Brew with the Crew

Baby who needed to be airlifted reunited with GNAAS paramedic four years later

Isaac Hoey from Sunderland was only six weeks old when he suddenly stopped breathing while on a weekend break in the Mungrisdale area of the Lake District in 2018. Recalling the incident, his mother Helen Hoey said: “We had been for a weekend away in the Lakes and Isaac had developed a cold over the … Continued

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