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Air Ambulance Mission Log UK Midlands

In 16 years The Air Ambulance Service has launched nearly 40,000 missions. Below are just a selection of our latest flights.

Top Level Stats

  • 2606Total Missions 2019
  • 418hWNDLR Time Flown
  • 301TCAA Time Flown
  • 33%RTC Missions
  • 110Patient Transfers
  • 47,807Miles by RRVs
19.09.2019

West Midlands

Helimed53 received a call at 09.19am and were on scene at 09.25am. RTC involving car and cyclist where patient was given analgesia on scene and flown to hospital.

18.09.2019 DLR

Leicestershire

Medic54 received a call to an RTC at 21.30pm and arrived on scene at 21.50pm. 2x patients treated on scene for minor injuries before being handed over to EMAS crews.

17.09.2019 WN

Staffordshire

Helimed53 received a call to an RTC at 21.20pm and were on scene at 21.53pm. Assisted WMAS and emergency services. The patient was treated on scene before being taken to hospital for further care.

17.09.2019 DLR

Leicestershire

Medic53 received a call to an RTC at 02.55am and were on scene at 03.17am. Our critical care crew assisted the EMAS crew with patient who was then escorted via to land to hospital for further care.

16.09.2019 WN

Warwickshire

Medic53 received a call to an RTC at 09.06am and were on scene at 09.18pm. Two patients were treated on scene and handed over to the ambulance crew for transfer to hospital.

15.09.2019 DLR

Nottinghamshire

Medic54 received a call to a fall from height at 05.27am and arrived on scene at 05.42am. Assisted EMAS crew with treatment before patient was taken to hospital by land crew.

11.09.2019 DLR

Derbyshire

Medic54 received a call out to a cardiac arrest at 17.30pm and were on the scene at 17.50pm. Patient resuscitated on scene by our DLR critical care team, who then ground assisted them via land ambulance to hospital.

10.09.2019 DLR

Derbyshire

Helimed54 received a call at 15.52am and arrived on 16.20am. Advanced interventions occurred on scene and the patient was flown to hospital.

10.09.2019 DLR

Leicestershire

Helimed54 received a call at 09.07am and arrived on scene at 09.19am to a medical emergency. The crew arrived shortly after EMAS crew and patient was taken to hospital.

04.09.2019 WN

Warwickshire

Medic53 received a call to an RTC at 07.55am and were on scene at 08.12am. Our critical care crew assisted with the patient and transported them to the hospital.

03.09.2019 DLR

Leicestershire

Medic54 received a call out to a cardiac arrest at 20.37pm and were on the scene at 20.50pm. Patient treated on scene and taken to hospital by EMAS crew.

01.09.2019 WNDLRDLR

Derbyshire

Helimed54 were called to support EMAS and were on scene within 20 minutes. Patient treated on scene by EMAS team but DLR critical care team provided additional ongoing care and airlifted patient to hospital.

29.08.2019 DLR

Nottinghamshire

Medic54 received a call at 23.18pm and were on the scene at 23.41pm to assist EMAS with additional pain relief. The patient was escorted to hospital with EMAS crew.

27.08.2019 DLR

Derbyshire

Helimed54 were called to support EMAS and were on scene within 24 minutes. Patient treated on scene by our DLR critical care team who then ground assisted them via land ambulance to hospital.

24.08.2019 TCAA

Oxford Base

GPICU worked alongside NEST to transfer a patient from Ipswich to a specialist treatment centre in just over an hour. This journey by land ambulance would have taken nearly 4 hours.

21.08.2019 WN

West Midlands

Medic53 received a call at 00.24am and were on the scene at 00.31am to assist WMAS with an RTC involving a cyclist. The patient was escorted to hospital with WMAS crew.

21.08.2019 DLR

Derbyshire

Helimed54 were called to support EMAS and were on scene within 10 minutes. Patient treated on scene by our DLR critical care team and flown to hospital.

18.08.2019 TCAA

Oxford Base

GPICU worked alongside NEST to transfer a patient from the Isle of White to a specialist treatment centre in 37 minutes. This journey by land ambulance would have taken over 3hrs.

18.08.2019 DLR

Derbyshire

Helimed54 received call at 15.33pm and were on the scene at 15.41pm. Patient treated on scene by our DLR critical care team and assisted to hospital by land ambulance

18.08.2019 DLR

Leicestershire

Medic54 received a call out to an RTC at 08.26am and were on the scene at 08.50am. Patient sedated and treated on scene by our DLR critical care team, who then ground assisted them via land ambulance to hospital.

17.08.2019 WN

Warwickshire

Medic53 received a call to an RTC at 22.12am and were on scene at 22.32am. 1x young patient received critical care interventions by our own team, who then ground assisted them via land ambulance to hospital.

16.08.2019 WN

Northamptonshire

Helimed53 received a call to a medical emergency at 09.09am and were on scene at 09.25am. The patient required critical care by our team and was then flown to hospital.

16.08.2019 DLR

Nottinghamshire

Helimed54 received a call to an agricultural incident at 15.16pm and were on scene at 15.33pm. Patient assessed, treated and handed over to EMAS for transport to hospital.

13.08.2019 TCAA

Oxford Base

GPICU worked alongside WATCh transport to a complete another patient transfer in just 40 minutes, instead of almost over 2hrs by road.

12.08.2019 TCAA

Oxford Base

GPICU worked alongside WATCh transport to a complete a patient transfer which took just 41 minutes by air, instead of over 3hrs by road.

11.08.2019 WN

Northamptonshire

Helimed53 received a call to a high-speed RTC at 16.27pm and were on scene at 16.52pm. Multiple patients were assessed and treated bt our critical care team then handed over to EMAS for transport to hospital.

11.08.2019 DLR

Derbyshire

Helimed54 received a call at 10.54am and were on scene at 11.09am to attend an RTC involving a motorcyclist. Our crew assisted on the scene and handed over to EMAS for transport to hospital.

07.08.2019 WN

Northamptonshire

Helimed53 received a call at 14.31pm and were on scene at 14.50pm. Patient had fallen from horse where analgesia was given on scene and our crew escorted them to hospital via land ambulance.

02.08.2019 TCAA

Oxford Base

GPICU worked alongside STRS to transfer a patient to London in just 24 minutes. A saving of over 2hours journey time by road