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Charity football match to raise funds for Magpas

Charity football match to raise funds for Magpas

Charity football match to raise funds for Magpas

Warboys Town FC will be holding a charity football match to raise money for Magpas. The match will kick off at the football club at 3pm on Sunday 5th April, and will be against the Warboys Sports and Social Club.

There will be lots going on at the football match, with a bouncy castle and buffet-style food, and also the opportunity to enter a raffle prize draw. Admission is free but spectators are encouraged to bring a prize for the raffle.

Come along and help raise funds for Magpas!

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Lifesaving Milestone for Charity Stall

Lifesaving Milestone for Charity Stall

Lifesaving Milestone for Charity Stall

Magpas has managed to raise an amazing £13,725 thanks to its charity stall which has been open for just over a year.

The shop, which takes up a large space of the ground floor at the charity headquarters in Huntingdon, has proved to be a great asset to the organisation, relying entirely on public donations and the hard work of shop volunteers. Business at the shop has soared, with a huge amount of stock being donated; meaning the stall often finds other ways to fundraise with the items. Volunteers take items to car boot sales, and stock is often sold via the app Ziffit, or purchased by East London Textiles, a company specialised in recycling used clothes. On top of that, volunteers hold a cake sale at the charity HQ on the last Friday of every month, where you can buy all items in the stall at half price. The Magpas charity stall is always in need of new stock, so if you have any items to donate, from clothes to books, then please drop in at any time.

Brenda, who helped to set up the charity stall, has said that the shop has changed significantly since it was first established. She said, “Over time we have been given more and more items and the shop is getting busier, people are starting to realise where we are. We are probably the cheapest charity shop in the area.” Brenda dedicates four days a week of her time to work in the shop and is one of 14 shop volunteers. Brenda said, “It is a really social place to volunteer and Magpas is a very good cause, we get no direct government funding and rely on donations and volunteers.”

Tess is another stall volunteer, dedicating her time to help with the day-to-day running of the shop. She said, “I volunteer for Magpas because they saved my life. I want to give something back.”

Debbie, Head of Fundraising at Magpas, has expressed her huge gratitude to all of the shop volunteers at Magpas. She has said, “The dedication of the shop volunteers has been amazing, and so has the response from the general public, with so many items being donated.” Debbie explained, “Thanks to everyone’s support we can continue to bring A&E care by land and by air to patients in life threatening emergencies- in Cambridgeshire, the East of England and beyond.”

Despite the number of hugely committed volunteers, Magpas is asking for more people to help out at the shop. Debbie said, “We urgently need more volunteers, who can help with extra cover and also volunteer to help sort the stock.”

If you would like to find out more about volunteering at the Magpas Charity stall then please contact Debbie Florence on 01480 371060 (option 2) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 You can find the Magpas charity stall at: Centenary House, St Mary’s Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3PE. It’s open Monday-Friday, 9-5pm, so why not pay us a visit and you can help raise crucial funds for Magpas lifesavers.

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The sky's the limit with the Magpas lifesavers!

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The sky's the limit with the Magpas lifesavers!

Thank you for taking an interest in our Magpas Skydive 2015 - it will be great to have you on the team! Please see all the information you will need to sign up as below.

As long as the fundraising team know who’s taking part, we can then put a list of names together and create a grand total once the skydive is completed. Please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In one year alone a fantastic £9,151 was raised! Let’s see if we can beat that target this year…

Date:

Sunday 12th July 2015

Magpas Skydive location:

UK Parachuting (Sibson), Sibson Airfield, Wansford, Peterborough, Cambs, PE8 6NE

Our contact at UK Parachuting(Sibson):

Paul Dorward or Grant Richards

Call 01832 280490 or visit www.skydivesibson.co.uk

01832 280490

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http://www.skydivesibson.co.uk/charity

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Registering for your skydive:

You will need to register online with UK Parachuting at Sibson, near Peterborough (where the jump will take place).

When you log onto the website, you will see the Magpas logo at the top of the page - you just need to click on the logo / choose the charity you’re doing the jump for. You can also opt for an ideal time slot for your skydive when you register your details. Please see the link below:

http://skydivesibson.co.uk/charity_event/magpas

Or you can alternatively phone: 01832 280490 to register your name, stating you are part of the Magpas group, with your preferred date.

Donations:

If you don’t fancy jumping out of a perfectly serviceable aircraft but would also like to donate to Magpas you can send them a cheque, made payable to:

Magpas

The address to send the cheque to is:

Magpas - The Emergency Medical Charity, Centenary House, St Mary’s Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3PE

You can also donate securely online, just visit www.magpas.org.uk

Additional Information:

The weight limit for skydivers is 15 stone 7lbs.

Please be aware that sponsorship money will need to cover the £200 jump costs, the remaining money will be donated to Magpas.

There will be a cafe with a seating area on site selling hot drinks and food.

 

Good luck and thank you for all your support!

All the Magpas team.

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North Peterborough, woman suffers collapse - Magpas Helimedix fly to her

North Peterborough, woman suffers collapse - Magpas Helimedix fly to her

North Peterborough, woman suffers collapse - Magpas Helimedix fly to her

At 2:56pm yesterday afternoon (21st), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nathan Howes and Paramedic Simon Standen) arrived near Spalding, north of Peterborough, via the Magpas Helimedix Air Ambulance.

A woman in her 80’s had suffered a serious collapse and breathing difficulties.

The Magpas team provided the patient with specialist care, whilst working alongside an EMAS Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew and Rapid Response Paramedic, together with a Community First Responder. The Helimedix then flew the woman to Lincolnshire Hospital (monitoring her condition all the way). On arrival at the hospital the patient was in a serious but stable condition.

The Helicopter team who flew the Helimedix to the patient / the patient with the Helimedix to hospital was: Pilot Richard Eastwood and Crew Member George Phillips.

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M1, Hemel Hempstead 2x car collision - Magpas Helimedix fly to scene

M1, Hemel Hempstead 2x car collision - Magpas Helimedix fly to scene

M1, Hemel Hempstead 2x car collision - Magpas Helimedix fly to scene

At 10:30am this morning (22nd), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Phil Morgan and Paramedic Dan Phillips) arrived between Junction 7 and 8 of the M1 (southbound), near Hemel Hempstead, via the Magpas Helimedix Air Ambulance. Two cars were involved in a serious collision.

The Magpas team assessed a man (in his 60’s) who suffered life-threatening injuries. The Helimedix anesthetised the patient (providing him with specialist A&E care at the scene), before flying him to St George’s Hospital (monitoring the man’s condition all the way). On arrival at the hospital the patient was in a critical condition.

Two other patients (a man and a woman) were also treated at the scene by EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crews. Both patients were subsequently taken to Watford Hospital by land ambulance.

The Helicopter team who flew the Helimedix to the scene / the patient with the Helimedix to hospital was: Pilot Richard Eastwood and Crew Member George Phillips.

Three EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crews, one HART Crew, three Fire & Rescue Service Crews and the Police were also present.

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Handelsbanken Cambridge shown crucial difference they help us to make

Handelsbanken Cambridge shown crucial difference they help us to make

Handelsbanken Cambridge shown crucial difference they help us to make

For the past four years, Handelsbanken Cambridge have consistently supported Magpas Helimedix at their annual corporate bowling evenings. Over 160 people from Cambridgeshire based accountancy firms, solicitors and finance houses gather each year for the bowling event; for a really enjoyable night out, whilst supporting charitable organisations close to their hearts.

Team Handelsbanken have also introduced us to other high profile organisations, who have subsequently gone on to choose Magpas as their charity as well. Having raised almost £7,000 for Magpas over the years, it was an absolute pleasure to invite the Handelsbanken office to the Magpas Helimedix Operations Base this week. These loyal supporters were given a rare insight into what goes on behind the scenes at our vital lifesaving charity. Their tour guides were none other than the specialist Magpas doctor, paramedic, chief pilot and helicopter crew member who were all on shift. Handelsbanken were also given a detailed explanation of the equipment that each Helimedix team takes with them, when they are called out to someone in a life threatening emergency by air or by land, in the East of England and beyond.

When asked what they thought of the visit, the Handelsbanken staff replied, "There is so much more to the Magpas service than first appears. What really strikes a chord is the professionalism, team ethic and commitment the people who work for this charity have".

They went on to collectively say, "None of us know when we might need help from Magpas Helimedix, or our loved ones for that matter. This is such a valuable resource; we can't imagine what we'd do without it. If we don't support it, we could lose something that we may urgently need at any time".

When asked what stands out the most from their experience at Magpas Helimedix, the answer was, "The training is paramount to making Magpas what it is. Yes it's exciting to see the helicopter and the Rapid Response cars sponsored by Elms Cambridge; but it's the people that make all the difference".

Magpas would like to thank all the team at Handelsbanken Cambridge for all their incredible support and for continuing to spread the Magpas lifesaving word.

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Creating lifesaving portraits at the click of a button

Creating lifesaving portraits at the click of a button

Creating lifesaving portraits at the click of a button

Our dedicated digital photography sponsor Rob Holding paid the Magpas Helimedix Team another visit this week, to work on a new collection of compelling and powerful images to promote the specialist lifesaving service we provide.

Accomplished photographer Rob has given weeks of his own time and creative expertise to help develop the Magpas Helimedix visual brand. He has regularly donated his time over the last four years; photographing fundraising events, high profile media opportunities, as well as helping to build our lifesaving portfolio.

Each photo-shoot plays a vital role in portraying our Magpas Helimedix teams and our essential transport platforms. Not everyone gets the opportunity to meet the specialist doctors and paramedics on shift at the operations base, so Rob’s photos give supporters a snapshot of what goes on. These images are used throughout the marketing literature for Magpas Helimedix, including newsletters, posters, flyers, banners, and also for our social media and on our website.

Multitalented Rob is also a Google Trusted photographer, which has enabled him to create a Google virtual tour of the Helimedix base. In a nutshell, this tour gives a real visual insight into the set-up of where the lifesaver’s work. If you haven’t seen it, just click on the following link: http://www.magpas.org.uk/air-base-tour

Asked why Rob has chosen to support Magpas, he replies,“It’s not every day I get the opportunity to photograph a critical service like Magpas Helimedix.

I can’t save people’s lives directly, but by using the skills I have; I can make a real difference, give people a glimpse of Magpas and raise the awareness of the incredible service that this charity provides. Not everyone knows what goes on when someone is really badly injured or ill and they need that extra layer of help.

The ambulance service do a great job, but sometimes A&E care is needed there and then - Magpas Helimedix can provide that care. People often take for granted that this expertise is available no matter what, but if we don’t support Magpas, it won’t be. Should anything happen to me or a loved one, Magpas provide me with peace of mind and reassurance. I know I have done everything I can to support them and make sure they can carry on doing what they do. Also, I hope I don’t have to meet them in their professional capacity!”

We would like to say a huge thank you to Rob for all his hard work. He plays a very important role in helping us to tell the Magpas story.

You can find out more about Rob Holding Digital Photography at: http://www.robholding.co.uk/

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Lifesavers enlighten female contenders

Lifesavers enlighten female contenders

Photo caption:

Magpas Helimedix Chief Pilot Richard Eastwood, Lucy Frazer, Heidi Allen and Magpas Helimedix Dr Tom Odbert, with Magpas Paramedic Ash Richardson in the helicopter, during a visit to the Magpas Helimedix Operations Base

Two local parliamentary candidates, Lucy Frazer and Heidi Allen, have been getting out and about across Cambridgeshire during their familiarisation with the local area. More recently, both women decided to drop in on their local lifesavers, Magpas Helimedix and East Anglian Air Ambulance, to find out what goes on behind the scenes at these crucial organisations.

Lucy Frazer is the prospective Conservative candidate to succeed Sir Jim Paice (who is retiring) in South East Cambridgeshire (including Haverhill and Newmarket). Heidi Allen is the prospective conservative candidate in the running for what was previously Andrew Lansley's seat in South Cambridgeshire. They were given a tour of the operations bases at Magpas Helimedix in the morning and then East Anglian Air Ambulance in the afternoon. During the visits, the political candidates were introduced to the specialist doctors and paramedics on shift. Heidi and Lucy were given a detailed insight into the enhanced level of care both organisations bring to seriously ill or injured patients, by air ambulance or rapid response car in Cambridgeshire and the East of England.

When asked to give their thoughts about the day, Lucy Frazer explained, "East Anglian Air Ambulance and Magpas Helimedix do such a tremendous job on behalf of our communities. Talking to the doctors and paramedics, it was clear that they were passionate about the work they are doing. I am delighted to support their service".

Heidi Allen added, "It's no wonder the public are so supportive of organisations like Magpas Helimedix and East Anglian Air Ambulance. To hear the crew talk about their experiences and the people they have saved is truly humbling". Heidi summed things up by saying, "All in a day's work for the team, but so much more than that to those who have needed their help. They are dedicated to offering the very best lifesaving skills in the region and that is something they should be very proud of".

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Cambridgeshire, single car rolls over - Magpas Helimedix called to scene

Cambridgeshire, single car rolls over - Magpas Helimedix called to scene

Cambridgeshire, single car rolls over - Magpas Helimedix called to scene

At 7:11pm last night (18th), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Tom Odbert and Paramedic Dan Read) arrived at the A1198 near Bourn via the Magpas Rapid Response BMW. A car was involved in a road traffic incident, resulting in it rolling onto its roof, with a woman (in her late teens) trapped inside.

The Magpas team assessed the patient, who suffered injuries to her upper body. The Helimedix worked alongside a HART Crew and an EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew to remove the woman safely from of the car and administering pain relief.

The patient was then taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in a stable condition by a land ambulance.

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Peterborough woman goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix called to her

Peterborough woman goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix called to her

Peterborough woman goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix called to her

At 2:05pm on 16th Feb, Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nathan Howes and Paramedic Dan Read) arrived in a residential area near Yaxley via the Magpas Rapid Response BMW - after a woman (in her 60’s) went into cardiac arrest.

Two EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crews initially provided advanced life support for the patient. The Magpas team then anaesthetised the woman (providing her with specialist A&E care), before accompanying her to Papworth Hospital in a land ambulance (monitoring her condition all the way). On arrival at the hospital, the patient was in a serious but stable condition.

There was excellent team work between all the Emergency Services.

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Bedfordshire woman goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix called to her

Bedfordshire woman goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix called to her

Bedfordshire woman goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix called to her

  
At 9:03am this morning (16th Feb), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nathan Howes and Paramedic Dan Read) arrived at a residential area, near Shefford, via the Magpas Rapid Response BMW - after a woman went into cardiac arrest.
 
An EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew initially provided advanced life support for the patient. The Magpas team then anaesthetised the woman (providing her with specialist A&E care), before accompanying her to Lister Hospital in a land ambulance (monitoring her condition all the way). On arrival at the hospital, the patient was in a serious but stable condition.
 
An EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Officer and Rapid Response Paramedic were also present. All the Emergency Services worked well together.

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Bedfordshire child suffers burns - Magpas Helimedix fly to him

Bedfordshire child suffers burns - Magpas Helimedix fly to him

Bedfordshire child suffers burns - Magpas Helimedix fly to him

At 11:25am this morning (13th Feb), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nathan Howes, Paramedic Simon Standen and Dr Ben Teasdale) arrived at a residential area, south of Rushden, via the Magpas Helimedix Air Ambulance. An EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew requested their assistance after they were called to a young boy who accidentally scolded himself.

The Magpas team assessed the patient, and worked alongside the ambulance crew to ensure the boy was in a comfortable condition. The patient was then taken to Bedford Hospital in a stable condition by land ambulance.

The Helicopter team who flew the Helimedix to the scene was: Pilot Richard Eastwood and Crew Member Steve Hunwicks.

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Free Meal Fundraiser for Magpas

Free Meal Fundraiser for Magpas

Photo Caption (left to right) : George White ( March Rotary Committee Member), Godfrey Smith (March Rotary President), Emma Sanders (Magpas Fundraising Coordinator), Robert Freeman (March Rotary Press Officer), Paul Garner (March Rotary Chairman).

The March Rotary Club has raised a fantastic amount of £2,550 for Magpas Helimedix, the emergency medical charity.

Members of the club came together to fundraise for a Magpas Meal Raffle which included rallying local restaurants to donate their meals as part of a raffle prize, a huge success which gained much support from the establishments, with meals ranging from the price of £10 all the way up to £90. The rotary club also dedicated a huge amount of their time to sell the meal raffle tickets in local March supermarkets, including Lidl and Sainsbury’s, which the club said gathered lots of interest and encouragement from the general public.

Robert Freeman, the rotary club’s press officer, has said, “Everyone was so supportive and everyone wanted to get involved. We chose Magpas because it’s a local charity that’s there to help everybody in our society.”

Emma Sanders, Magpas’s fundraising coordinator, said, “We’d like to thank March Rotary Club for supporting Magpas. The funds raised will help us to continue to provide specialist care for patients, by land and by air, at the scene of serious medical emergencies. Supporting the Ambulance Service, our enhanced medics (many of whom volunteer their own time to work with us), are dispatched to cases of life-threatening illness and injuries. Many thanks again for helping us to save lives in the East of England and beyond.”

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The One Group Explore Our Lifesaving HQ

The One Group Explore Our Lifesaving HQ

It was lovely to have our fantastic and loyal supporters The One Group Recruitment come and visit the Magpas Helimedix base today. Recruitment specialists The One Group have raised a phenomenal £37,500 for Magpas and it was great to show Georgia and Lauren just what goes on at the organisation. Georgia said, "It was excellent to be behind the scenes at MAGPAS, you really are an excellent charity and we look forward to raising more funds for you this year at the golf day." Lauren also said, "We hope to raise even more money for you guys this year."

The next Lifesavers Golf Day will be held on 3rd July at the club, where top British player Ian Poulter was an Assistant Pro for many years; John O Gaunt Golf Club.

Thanks to the support of organisations like The One Group, we can continue to provide this crucial service.

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Magpas Helimedix called to St Ives - man with serious injury

Magpas Helimedix called to St Ives - man with serious injury

Magpas Helimedix called to St Ives - man with serious injury

At 8:46pm (8th Feb), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nick Scott and Paramedic Dan Read) arrived in St Ives via the Magpas Rapid Response ELMS BMW - after a man (in his 30’s) suffered a serious injury.

The Magpas team assessed the patient, whilst working alongside an EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew. The Helimedix then accompanied the man, by land ambulance, to Addenbrooke’s Hospital. On arrival at the hospital, the patient was in a stable condition.

This is all the information we have.

Anyone with any additional information, please contact Cambridgeshire Police on 101. Thank you.

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St Ives woman suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to her

St Ives woman suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to her

St Ives woman suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to her

At 6:34pm yesterday evening (8th), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nick Scott and Paramedic Dan Read) arrived at a residential area in St Ives via the Magpas Rapid Response ELMS BMW - after a woman (in her 80’s) suffered a fall and a serious injury.

The Magpas team assessed the patient and gave her specialist care, whilst working alongside an EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew. The woman was then taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in a stable condition, by land ambulance.

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Bedford man goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix fly to him

Bedford man goes into cardiac arrest - Magpas Helimedix fly to him

At 11:55am this morning (5th), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nick Scott and Paramedic Steve Chambers) arrived in Bedford via the Magpas Helimedix Air Ambulance - after a man (in his 40's) went into cardiac arrest and needed specialist care.

An EEAST Ambulance Crew provided advanced life support and successfully resuscitated the patient. The Magpas team then anesthetised the man (providing him with critical A&E level care), before accompanying him to Lister Hospital in a land ambulance. On arrival at the hospital, the man was in a critical but stable condition.

The Helicopter team who flew the Helimedix to the scene was: Pilot Richard Eastwood and Crew Member George Phillips.
The Magpas Helimedix would like to say a special thank you to a doctor, who was also at the scene, for alerting the Emergency Services so promptly and for all her assistance.
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23rd ANNUAL LITTLE DOWNHAM BYGONE & ORGAN EXTRAVAGANZA

23rd ANNUAL LITTLE DOWNHAM BYGONE & ORGAN EXTRAVAGANZA

Photo caption: Magpas Helimedix volunteer Paramedic Simon Standen receiving the fundraising cheque from last year's Bygones and Organs event.

The 23rd annual Little Downham's Bygones and Organs Extravaganza will take place on 28 March 2015 in aid of Magpas Lifesavers, the charity that provides emergency medical care to those with life threatening injuries.

The event, founded by Trevor and Linda Brown, will take place in Little Downham Village Hall on 28th March from 13:00 – 17:30. Every year this fantastic event attracts people from far and wide, coming together to show off their musical organs and to display treasured collectables.

Trevor Brown said, "There will be lots of organs present, plus bygones, models, vintage cars and tractors. We are hoping that this year will be our most successful yet and we have set ourselves a target of raising £2,000. As always we are very proud to be supporting Magpas. Their lifesavers do a wonderful job and deserve the support of everyone across the region, and we will keep organising this event for as long as we can."

Debbie Florence, Head of Fundraising, said, "Mr and Mrs Brown and all their fellow organisers are such dedicated Magpas supporters, they work so hard every year leading up to and on the day of the event. Bygones and Organs have raised an amazing amount for Magpas over the years and we can't thank everyone enough for their continued support and we wish them a successful day."

This year will see Bygones and Organs Extravaganza's biggest ever raffle, with prizes kindly being donated by both the people and businesses within the community. Entry fee is £2.50 for adults and £2.00 for children and senior citizens. Refreshments will be available.

Contact Trevor and Linda Brown: 01353 778830 for more information.

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Chatteris woman suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to her

Chatteris woman suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to her

Chatteris woman suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to her

At 3:36pm (30th), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Sarah Hazleman and Paramedic Dan Read) arrived in Chatteris, via the Magpas Rapid Response BMW - after a woman (in her 80’s) suffered a fall and a serious broken leg.

The Magpas team sedated the patient (providing her with A&E level care) and put measures into place to protect her leg. They then accompanied the woman to Hinchingbrooke Hospital, by land ambulance. On arrival at the hospital, the patient was in a stable and comfortable condition.

An EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew and a Community First Responder were also present.

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Bedfordshire man suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to him

Bedfordshire man suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to him

Bedfordshire man suffers fall - Magpas Helimedix called to him

At 11:06pm on the (27th), Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Nick Scott and Paramedic Dan Read) arrived in central Bedfordshire, south of Flitwick, via the Magpas Rapid Response BMW - after a man (in his 20’s) suffered a fall which left him with a dislocated his knee.

The Magpas team assessed the patient, administered pain relief and worked alongside an EEAST Ambulance Service Paramedic Crew to relocate the man’s knee. The patient was then taken to Bedford Hospital, in a stable condition, by land ambulance for further observation.

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