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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.

callouts in 2018

1,173

callouts in 2018

donors in 2018

33,414

donors in 2018

cost of the service in 2018

£5.1m

cost of the service in 2018

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Patient stories

“Even the surgeons in the hospital have said I should be dead, I should have died on that tarmac. So I owe my life to the air ambulance.”

Rob Hope

Brampton

Patient stories

“Even the surgeons in the hospital have said I should be dead, I should have died on that tarmac. So I owe my life to the air ambulance.”

Rob Hope

Brampton

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GoodSAM an asset for critical care decisions

The use of this system enables our critical care team to gather as much information as they need about the severity of the incident prior to launching the aircraft. Our doctor and paramedic team can then make a better-informed conclusion on the extent of the incident. By simply sending a text message to the caller, … Continued

Schoolgirl reunited with GNAAS 12 years after they saved her life

Twelve years after the crew of the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) saved her life, the Penrith schoolgirl finally got the chance to meet them at their base and say hello again to the man she calls “her hero”. Grace was only four-months-old when she started vomiting severely while at home with her mother … Continued

Mum of critically ill baby thanks GNAAS for airlifting her son from Whitehaven to Birmingham

Michael Amos was left in a critical condition when his rare liver condition deteriorated, leaving him with internal bleeding. His mother, Lauren Wallace, 29, said the one-year-old had “less than a bottle of Coke’s worth of blood left in his whole body” before he was flown from hospital in Whitehaven for an emergency operation in … Continued

GoodSAM an asset for critical care decisions

The use of this system enables our critical care team to gather as much information as they need about the severity of the incident prior to launching the aircraft. Our doctor and paramedic team can then make a better-informed conclusion on the extent of the incident. By simply sending a text message to the caller, … Continued

Schoolgirl reunited with GNAAS 12 years after they saved her life

Twelve years after the crew of the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) saved her life, the Penrith schoolgirl finally got the chance to meet them at their base and say hello again to the man she calls “her hero”. Grace was only four-months-old when she started vomiting severely while at home with her mother … Continued

Mum of critically ill baby thanks GNAAS for airlifting her son from Whitehaven to Birmingham

Michael Amos was left in a critical condition when his rare liver condition deteriorated, leaving him with internal bleeding. His mother, Lauren Wallace, 29, said the one-year-old had “less than a bottle of Coke’s worth of blood left in his whole body” before he was flown from hospital in Whitehaven for an emergency operation in … Continued

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