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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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111,923

donations in 2019

£5.3m

cost of the service in 2019

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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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GNAAS’ newest paramedic recruit passes ‘sign-off’ process with flying colours

Paramedic, John Kirton, flew into GNAAS earlier this year as the newest member of the critical care team. Now, he’s a fully-fledged part of the furniture. Holly Taylor chatted to John to congratulate him on passing the gruelling ‘sign-off’ day and to find out more about his journey. John, how does it feel to be … Continued

Motorcyclist involved in Alston crash praises GNAAS

Paul Thomas, 61, from Wallsend, was riding his bike from Keswick in April 2005 and heading towards Hartside Café, in Alston, when he spotted spilt diesel on the road. He said: “I went round a bend and saw the sand covering the diesel. There were no signs out and I struggled to control the bike … Continued

Pledges: why we really need your help in 2021

Since the pandemic hit, the amount of people carrying out events and challenge fundraising has fallen by about one third, amounting to almost £50,000 per month loss on charity income. Angela Doran is the charity’s challenge events officer. We chatted to her about the impact coronavirus has had and how the public can help bridge … Continued

GNAAS’ newest paramedic recruit passes ‘sign-off’ process with flying colours

Paramedic, John Kirton, flew into GNAAS earlier this year as the newest member of the critical care team. Now, he’s a fully-fledged part of the furniture. Holly Taylor chatted to John to congratulate him on passing the gruelling ‘sign-off’ day and to find out more about his journey. John, how does it feel to be … Continued

Motorcyclist involved in Alston crash praises GNAAS

Paul Thomas, 61, from Wallsend, was riding his bike from Keswick in April 2005 and heading towards Hartside Café, in Alston, when he spotted spilt diesel on the road. He said: “I went round a bend and saw the sand covering the diesel. There were no signs out and I struggled to control the bike … Continued

Pledges: why we really need your help in 2021

Since the pandemic hit, the amount of people carrying out events and challenge fundraising has fallen by about one third, amounting to almost £50,000 per month loss on charity income. Angela Doran is the charity’s challenge events officer. We chatted to her about the impact coronavirus has had and how the public can help bridge … Continued

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