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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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£5.3m

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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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Woman left paralysed in riding accident supports charity golf day

Tara Howell, 49, was riding her horse Victor near Helmsley, where she lives, when she was thrown off and landed on her head, with the impact breaking her neck. She said: “I landed awkwardly, breaking my neck at C6/7, dislocating 13 vertebrae and bending my spinal cord into an ‘S’ shape. I heard my neck … Continued

Woman in “horrendous riding accident” performs charity gig for GNAAS

Jenny Haigh, 43, is a professional solo and band artist who regularly performs charity gigs but due to the current lockdown restrictions she has swapped performing at the clubs for performing at her home in Sadberge. She said: “I did a charity gig at home for GNAAS as a way of saying thank you and … Continued

Everything you need to know about ARC: GNAAS’ job tasking system

Not only has Tim West been a paramedic at GNAAS for four years, he’s also played a part in the development of the software.  Here, Tim gives us a little insight into ARC and how it works… Tim, what is ARC? Well, ARC is a software developed by GNAAS that is a complete tasking system. … Continued

Woman left paralysed in riding accident supports charity golf day

Tara Howell, 49, was riding her horse Victor near Helmsley, where she lives, when she was thrown off and landed on her head, with the impact breaking her neck. She said: “I landed awkwardly, breaking my neck at C6/7, dislocating 13 vertebrae and bending my spinal cord into an ‘S’ shape. I heard my neck … Continued

Woman in “horrendous riding accident” performs charity gig for GNAAS

Jenny Haigh, 43, is a professional solo and band artist who regularly performs charity gigs but due to the current lockdown restrictions she has swapped performing at the clubs for performing at her home in Sadberge. She said: “I did a charity gig at home for GNAAS as a way of saying thank you and … Continued

Everything you need to know about ARC: GNAAS’ job tasking system

Not only has Tim West been a paramedic at GNAAS for four years, he’s also played a part in the development of the software.  Here, Tim gives us a little insight into ARC and how it works… Tim, what is ARC? Well, ARC is a software developed by GNAAS that is a complete tasking system. … Continued

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