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News & Updates

Essex

20-03-2017

A SARS volunteer doctor was mobilised to attend a female patient who had suffered a serious leg injury. The SARS doctor sedated the patient at the scene before accompanying her by land ambulance to hospital.

Red Lodge

20-03-2017

A volunteer SARS paramedic was mobilised to a road traffic collision between a motorbike and a car yesterday afternoon. The SARS paramedic was first on scene and assessed the patient for chest and leg injuries. The patient was later taken to the West Suffolk Hospital by land ambulance.

Stowmarket

13-03-2017

A volunteer SARS doctor was mobilised to attend a male patient who had suffered a cardiac arrest yesterday evening. The SARS doctor administered specialist drugs before undertaking an advanced airway intervention to help stabilise the patient. The SARS doctor then accompanied the patient via land ambulance to hospital.

Martlesham

06-03-2017

A SARS volunteer critical care paramedic from Suffolk Accident Rescue Service was mobilised to a patient suffering a life-threatening medical condition yesterday evening. The SARS CCP assessed and treated the patient at the scene before he was airlifted by the East Anglian Air Ambulance to Addenbrookes.

Bungay

06-03-2017

A SARS volunteer critical care team was mobilised to a serious road traffic collision near Bungay on Friday evening. The SARS team treated two patients at the scene for life-threatening head injuries. The SARS team escorted a female patient to the Norfolk & Norwich hospital by land ambulance while a male patient was flown by the East Anglian Air Ambulance to Addenbrookes.

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