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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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callouts last year

£4,135

cost per mission

£6.7m

annual cost of the service

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Say hello to GNAAS’ new chief pilot

The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) has appointed a new Cumbrian chief pilot. Kendal-born Phil Lambert flew into GNAAS ten years ago following a 22-year career with the Army. Phil, who works from the charity’s base in Langwathby, Cumbria, said: “I am so incredibly proud to head up a brilliant team of pilots at … Continued

Landmarks go green for GNAAS’ 20th birthday

This evening, monuments, buildings and bridges in the North East and North West, where we operate, will light up green to raise awareness of the vital work we have carried out over the last 20 years. Landmarks being illuminated in the North East are: The Penshaw Monument Northern Spire Keel Square The Lighthouse at Roker … Continued

GNAAS celebrates 20th birthday

Today marks the 20th anniversary of GNAAS being formally being registered as a charity and providing life-saving care to the region. To mark the occasion, local landmarks across the region will be illuminated green on the evening of our birthday, including the Tyne Bridge, Beacon of Light, Royal Border Bridge, and Carlisle’s Civic Centre. David … Continued

Say hello to GNAAS’ new chief pilot

The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) has appointed a new Cumbrian chief pilot. Kendal-born Phil Lambert flew into GNAAS ten years ago following a 22-year career with the Army. Phil, who works from the charity’s base in Langwathby, Cumbria, said: “I am so incredibly proud to head up a brilliant team of pilots at … Continued

Landmarks go green for GNAAS’ 20th birthday

This evening, monuments, buildings and bridges in the North East and North West, where we operate, will light up green to raise awareness of the vital work we have carried out over the last 20 years. Landmarks being illuminated in the North East are: The Penshaw Monument Northern Spire Keel Square The Lighthouse at Roker … Continued

GNAAS celebrates 20th birthday

Today marks the 20th anniversary of GNAAS being formally being registered as a charity and providing life-saving care to the region. To mark the occasion, local landmarks across the region will be illuminated green on the evening of our birthday, including the Tyne Bridge, Beacon of Light, Royal Border Bridge, and Carlisle’s Civic Centre. David … Continued

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