Magpas Air Ambulance: August summary - Magpas

Magpas Air Ambulance: August summary

Thanks to your generous donations, the Magpas advanced medical team were able to respond to 94 serious medical emergencies in August.

The doctor and critical care paramedic team most commonly treated patients in cardiac arrest, people who were seriously injured in road traffic collisions or had suffered accidental injuries.

Part of the job of the Magpas team is to not only bring hospital-level care to patients in their ultimate time of need, but to then take those patients to the best possible hospital to continue that care. In August, they took patients to 13 different hospitals, in Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Norfolk and Coventry.

By bringing treatments and procedures that are usually only available in an A&E department, directly to a patients side and accompanying them to hospital, they save vital time; the Magpas Air Ambulance team not only save lives, but reduce recovery times and disability.

Magpas Air Ambulance is a charity that relies on donations to continue saving lives. If you can donate today, please do so here.

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