We'd like to hear from you

It's been 30 years since we started saving lives and we'd love to reconnect with our former patients, their family and friends via our Facebook Group London's Air Ambulance - Where are you now?

We are only in the lives of our patients and their loved ones for a very short time without always knowing what happens next. What becomes of their lives. The path to recovery. The triumphs and tragedies. The impact of the trauma on their lives. The changes that have had to be made. The impact on family and friends.

If you are a former patient or loved one of a former patient, this is a great opportunity to reconnect with not only us, but also with other former patients. We’d love to hear from you.

 

How it works

Simply log on to Facebook and search London's Air Ambulance - Where are you now? and join our group. The format of your post is up to you. It can be a written post or a video. It's up to you. You can also include photos in your post. By posting to the Facebook Group you accept the following Terms & Conditions.

Share your story

If you would like to reconnect with us and share your story of how life has been since your trauma, simply join our Facebook Group and post your story. You could even share a video telling us about your journey.

Not on Facebook?

If you're not on Facebook or you'd like to talk to us about sharing your story or have any questions about this campaign, please contact our Patient Liaison Manager, Philippa Esson p.esson@londonsairambulance.org.uk

What others have shared

Yair

What was one of our worst ever days as a family is also the day that marked the beginning of a lifetime relationship. Through the charity we met several other ex. patients and their families, who are able to share their stories, support each other and form a group that can supports and contribute to the charity work.

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Jo

It can be almost impossible for people around you to understand the shifts, some huge and some subtle, that continue to ripple through your life after a serious injury. As a family we are constantly adapting and learning new things about living with brain injury. To the outside world, a recovery can seem like the end of the road and life is 'back to normal'. We all know that every day is a learning process.

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Share your story

If you would like to reconnect with us and share your story of how life has been since your trauma, we have created a Facebook Group for you to do so. It’s a great opportunity to reconnect with not only us, but also hear from other former patients. We’d love to hear from you.

WHERE ARE YOU NOW?

Patient Support

If you would like to know or discuss the care that you or a family member received from the London's Air Ambulance team, please get in touch with our Patient Liaison Nurse, Frank Chege F.chege@londonsairambulance.org.uk

You can also find support through a number of organisations which you can find here.