SARS presented with the High Sheriff's award for services to the community
Less than 1 in 10 people survive an out of hospital cardiac arrest in the UK. One of those people is Dave Cleland, from near Woodbridge.
SARS doctor, Jeremy Mauger has been awarded the Suffolk medal for his positive impact on the lives of others.
Smarter Metering Services donate new rapid response vehicle to SARS
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Patient feedback from a recent SARS call out
Emma was riding her motorbike when she was involved in a road traffic collision in Haverhill
SARS will be running a Trash and Treasures weekend in April
Suffolk Bar Billiard players raising money for SARS for third year running.
27th November 2019, 1930 Sebert Wood Community Primary School, Bury St Edmunds
Audio testimonial from former SARS patient, Harry Richardson
Lyndsey Collier was driving on the A131 near Sudbury when she was involved in a serious road traffic collision with a bus.
Otis was a young baby who fell very ill
Andrew Wilding, a father or two, suffered a cardiac arrest
This could have happened to anyone. I feel that I have been very lucky.
Samantha Turner, 45, suffered a cardiac arrest in Ipswich. A SARS volunteer team was mobilised to provide specialist critical care.
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