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While many of us are winding down for the festive period and looking forward to putting on our ‘out of office’ emails, there are many emergency services and care services that are going about their week as business as usual, working every day of the Christmas holidays to ensure the nation is kept safe, healthy and well looked after.
According to the 2011 Census, Yorkshire is the most ethnically diverse region in England. Diwali, or Deepavali which is also known, is India's biggest and most important festival of the year, celebrated by millions of people worldwide, including thousands of people across Yorkshire.
Over the last few months, we have noticed a rise in laser attacks towards not only our aircraft but many air ambulances across the country.
Summertime is one of the busiest periods for Yorkshire Air Ambulance and with restrictions now lifted and many people discovering their newfound freedom, we’re expecting this year to be busier than ever before.
Dr Neil Sambridge, who has worked as a doctor at Yorkshire Air Ambulance since 2016, talks us through analgesia and sedation and why we use it.
Regional Fundraising Manager – West & South, Jenny Jones talks about the training the fundraisers have undertaken ahead of the eagerly awaited first official outing of the new Yorkshire Air Ambulance Promotional Vehicles.
South Yorkshire Community Fundraiser Laura Lawton discusses how the fundraising team have adapted to Zoom calls during the Pandemic.
This International Women’s Day we’ve caught up with Rachel Smith, Gemma Richmond and Georgina Godfrey, three YAA Paramedics to see what life is like working as a female Paramedic through the pandemic.
Working at the heart of our communities: Angela Vyas, West Yorkshire Community Fundraiser speaks about her work for building bridges.
When dealing with the most serious major traumas in Yorkshire, time is of the essence and it is paramount that our Critical Care Team can reach our patients in the quickest way possible. Whilst our aircraft can travel up to 149mph and get to anywhere in Yorkshire within a 20-minute time frame, there are some instances where we are limited to, or it is more beneficial to take our rapid response vehicles.
We caught up with Dr Tim Moll, one of our YAA consultants to learn about some of his incredible work outside of the Charity. When he's not working for us, Tim is not only a Consultant Anaesthetist at Sheffield Northern General Hospital, he also has an exciting and varied career at the side of some of the UK's fastest racetracks!
West Yorkshire Community Fundraiser Helen Berriman talks us through her thoughts of coming out of lockdown.
We’re excited to announce that Jonathan Binnie has joined the YAA as one of our new line pilots. Jonathan joins our group of seven pilots who fly our two H-145 helicopters and help us save lives across the Yorkshire.
Our South Yorkshire Community Fundraiser Laura Lawton reflects on fundraising and the pandemic
Our fundraising team prepare for their first major event since lockdown
Yorkshire Day takes place on August 1st every year and it’s the perfect opportunity for us to shout about our favourite places to visit and why we enjoy working in the best county in the UK!
Helen Callear, our Fundraising Director for North and East Yorkshire talks us through some of her thoughts as part of the YAA fundraising team
Happy 60th birthday Steve!
We caught up with Holly Pywell, Production Manager at Air TV to see what it’s like working behind the scenes on our hit TV show.
Every minute counts when someone is experiencing cardiac problems – act fast and help save a life.