MISSION

CRITICAL

EXHIBITION 

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IT WAS JUST A NORMAL DAY, UNTIL..."

Our free outdoor exhibition will be showcased at locations across the six counties we serve.

WEST MIDLANDS

23rd - 25th July Chamberlain Square, Birmingham

HEREFORDSHIRE

30th July - 1st August Old Market, Hereford

STAFFORDSHIRE

11th - 12th September Beacon Park, Lichfield

WORCESTERSHIRE

17 - 19th September Cathedral Square, Worcester

GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Autumn 2021 dates coming soon 

 

SHROPSHIRE

Autumn 2021 dates coming soon  

MERRY HILL SHOPPING CENTRE
15th - 19th October  

This year marks the 30th anniversary of our pre-hospital emergency service.

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Thousands of patients across the Midlands each year need the advanced care provided by our critical care paramedics and doctors.

Some of our former patients have shared their inspirational stories and recovery journeys with us.

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Leah from Barnsley was visiting the region and almost lost her life in a serious rollercoaster crash at a local theme park.

Georgia from Worcestershire was riding pillion on her boyfriend’s motorbike, when they were hit by a car, trapping Georgia underneath the car with life-threatening injuries.

Marcus from Shropshire was enjoying a motorbike ride out, when a catastrophic 120mph head on collision left him paralysed.

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Piero from the West Midlands was on a family day out when a theme park ride overturned, leaving him in desperate need of advanced pre-hospital care.

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Yasmin from Shropshire was treated by Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s aircrew after fainting and tragically falling down the stairs at her home.

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Charlotte suffered serious injuries in a road traffic collision while on a motorbike in Staffordshire.

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Emily from Gloucestershire was involved in a high-speed head-on collision, causing her car to spin, leaving her with life-threatening injuries.

Ben from Worcestershire was out riding when the horse took off and swerved a hedge, meaning he fell off and landed hard.

Alastair from Worcestershire sustained a double fracture and dislocation of his right ankle while playing football.

Craig suffered a cardiac arrest at his workplace in Shropshire.

Ben from Staffordshire had a history of non-epileptic seizures, but when he collapsed aged 17, he tragically went into cardiac arrest, his heart had stopped.

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Mary from Herefordshire sustained a nasty broken ankle while out walking in the remote hills, miles from help.

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John from the West Midlands was playing squash with a friend when his heart stopped and he was in cardiac arrest.

Henry from the Herefordshire / Worcestershire area was knocked over by a tractor in remote farmland, causing devastating injuries.

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Amelia had just finished a competitive cross-country run, when she felt breathless before becoming unresponsive and had gone into cardiac arrest.

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Sophie was involved in a dreadful road traffic collision on the B4194, leaving her fighting for her life.

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Andrew from the West Midlands was treated for life-threatening asthma.

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NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE, WE WILL BE THERE WHEN YOU NEED US MOST

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