Thanks to the support of people like you, our team is able to treat an average of five patients every day. Last year, we treated 1,494 people across the capital, bringing vital care to their side.
Use our Mission Map to see how our team were dispatched across London last year.
Ten Busiest Boroughs 2020
|Ten Busiest Postcodes 2020|
|Haringey (79 patients treated)||CR0 (37 patients treated)|
|Southwark (76 patients treated)||E14 (23 patients treated)|
|Greenwhich (70 patients)||E17 (23 patients treated)|
|Tower Hamlets (69 patients)||SE18 (22 patients treated)|
|Barnet (68 patients)||E1 (22 patients treated)|
|Newham (67 patients)||IG11 (21 patients treated)|
|Enfield (64 patients)||N4 (21 patients treated)|
|Croydon (64 patients)||SE1 (20 patients treated)|
|Lambeth (61 patients)||N1 (19 patients treated)|
|Hackney (60 patients)||NW10 (19 patients treated)|
Read the stories behind the statistics:
Jay was on his way home after a night out with friends in Canary Wharf, when he had a catastrophic accident. He lost his footing and fell head first down a flight of concrete stairs at the train station.
June Sampson was on her way home from work when she was hit by a car outside Kingston Hospital. Four years later, her daughter Anna tells us about that night and the impact it has had on her family.
You would be forgiven for thinking London’s Air Ambulance is a service just for people who live and work in London. But on 22nd May 2016, it was a visitor from overseas who needed our charity’s help.