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Emergency Helicopter Medics

WE’RE BACK! EMERGENCY HELICOPTER MEDICS SERIES 3 ON MORE 4

We’re delighted to once again be a part of More4’s Emergency Helicopter Medics, beginning on Sunday 10th November at 9pm. The powerful series shows our amazing crew in action as they attend critically ill patients across the Thames Valley. 

You’ll see how your kind support allows us to bring hospital-level care to patients suffering from life-threatening injuries and illnesses. It’ll also be the first time you’ll get to see some of the changes we’ve made since becoming an independent healthcare provider last year. You’ll meet some of our wonderful new paramedics, as well as seeing some of the new equipment we now use.

3

we are one of three air ambulance services to feature in this series.  

3.6m

people tuned in to watch series 2

9

incidents attended by our crew were featured in series 2

338

hours of filming with our crew 

where to watch

You can watch us on Emergency Helicopter Medics Sundays 9pm on More4.
Freeview Channel 14 | Virgin Media Channel 147 | Freesat Channel 124 | Sky Channel 138

EPISODE ONE

In the series premiere of Emergency Helicopter Medics, we treated 12 year-old Oliver who suffered a severe leg injury.

Did you know?

When treating younger patients, our crews use specially designed paediatric bags containing smaller versions of our standard equipment. Each bag is colour coded to indicate equipment suitable for children of different age and weights. This allows our crew to quickly access the correct equipment saving them valuable tome when minutes matter.

EPISODE TWO

Doctor Joe, Paramedic Simon and Pilot Alf help Pat, who was thrown from her horse.

Did you know?

104 (3.9%) of our call-outs last year were attributed to injuries received during sport and leisure.

EPISODE THREE

Our crew attend two separate patients. Watch how they help 72-year old Cecile who suffered a traumatic fall, and Vijitha who fell while taking part in a fundraising event and suffered an incredibly painful fractured ankle.

The 5Ss and 1A of landing an air ambulance. Size, shape, surround, surface, slope and access

EPISODE FOUR

In episode four, paramedic Clare, doctor Simon and pilot Alf help Kevin who suffered a large laceration to his leg after falling from a ladder.

Did you know?

During the episode, our crew faced a difficult landing due to uneven terrain. When landing, our pilots (with the help of our paramedics), have to consider many factors to ensure they can land safely.

We land in a variety of locations, from fields to motorways, but every time we land there are 6 key things we have to consider. We call them the 5S’s and 1A.