We were really pleased to welcome two lucky lottery winners and their families to the helipad this month to present them with their winning cheque for £1000. Thamesmead resident Susan Hazell and New Malden resident Gail Thompson both won the top prize in our weekly lottery draw. At the helipad they were given a tour of the service and had the opportunity to speak to the medics and opera
Please see below latest news and updates from London’s Air Ambulance. From clinical innovations to fundraising and events, you will find everything to stay up-to-date with our charity here.
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Letter from the CEO
It is my pleasure to welcome you to our new website. Here, you can find out more about our work and latest updates, as well as how to get involved through fundraising, donating, volunteering and more. Thank you for visiting, and for your dedicated support for our charity; we couldn’t do what we do without you.
28th Sep 2018
6th Sep 2018
We are excited to announce the support of comedian and actor Hugh Dennis who will be launching the 2018 abseil challenge to help raise awareness for our life-saving charity. Now in its sixth year, the abseil runs over four days during National Air Ambulance Week from 13-16th September, at our base at The Royal London Hospital.
3rd Sep 2018
Our charity’s Physician Response Unit (PRU), delivered in partnership with Barts Health NHS Trust and London Ambulance Service, has been nominated for a prestigious HSJ Award. The service has been shortlisted in the category of ‘Improvement in Emergency and Urgent Care’, which recognises and celebrates initiatives to improve patient experience in emergency and urgent care.
20th Aug 2018
Our charity has today welcomed the news that the introduction of major trauma centres has increased the number of patients surviving serious injury by almost a fifth since 2012.
30th Jul 2018
One of our charity’s former patients is undertaking an epic fitness challenge to raise money for our service. Captain Javed Johl, an instructor at Sandhurst Royal Military Academy and former combat medic, will be taking on 24 military personal fitness assessments (PFAs) in 24 hours to demonstrate how far he has come in his recovery.