What hospitals have air ambulance?
London’s Air Ambulance is based at The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. The helipad is located on the top of the 17th floor of the hospital, 280 feet above the streets of London.
Where is the air ambulance based in Northern Ireland?
Our operational base is located just outside Lisburn, Co. Antrim. When we are tasked it takes a maximum of 10 minutes to be airborne.
What colour is the NI air ambulance?
Air Ambulance NI Brand Guidelines
We use two colour variants of our logo, red and white.
Is Air Ambulance part of NHS?
Air ambulance charity mission journey
The lifesaving missions of air ambulance charities are tasked by each individual charity’s geographic NHS Trust, as part of a coordinated response to a 999 emergency call.
Can Air Ambulance land anywhere UK?
If you ever see us land, be assured it pretty much always is a real life emergency. … London’s Air Ambulance has unique privileges in London’s airspace, with priority over all other air traffic when on an emergency medical call. Our experienced pilots have the right to land anywhere they deem safe.
Does the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance fly at night?
At last one has now been provided. AANI currently operates from 7am to 7pm, 365 days of the year and has so far carried out more than 140 HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical Service) missions, which equates to more than one per day.
Where is the PSNI helicopter based?
Helicopter base of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, to the south west of the Belfast-Aldergrove site.