Restart A Heart Day
15th Oct 2021
We are marking Restart a Heart Day (16th October) by urging the UK public to get hands on and learn CPR, in light of worrying research that shows that around a third (32%) of UK adults in the South East have never undertaken any form of training to learn essential CPR skills. CPR by gym staff helped save the life of our former patient Graham Martin.
Changes to our Board of Trustees
29th Sep 2021
Our Board of Trustees has elected Barney Burgess as Chair in succession to Dr Helen Bowcock OBE, DL. Professor Andrew Rhodes and Michael Docherty succeed Barney Burgess as joint Vice Chairs. The appointments take effect from December 2021.
247 Vital Cycle
27th Sep 2021
We are inviting cyclists of all ages across the South East to sign up for our inaugural 247 Vital Cycle fundraiser and cycle 247 miles throughout the month of October to help us raise vital funds.
Our latest research examines pre-hospital emergency anaesthesia during COVID-19
21st Sep 2021
With time critical to the life-saving work of our Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS), our latest research brings welcome news that wearing Level 3 PPE for Aerosol Generating Procedures (AGPs) has no significant impact on time to successful completion of rapid sequence intubation (RSI) in a simulated setting.
Charity News, Fundraising News
We’ve won two Kent Charity 2021 Awards!
10th Sep 2021
We are thrilled to have been crowned Kent Charity of the Year and Winner of Large Charity category at Kent Charity Awards 2021.
Fundraising News, Charity News
Our CEO David Welch wins National Charity Leader of the Year Award 2021
10th Sep 2021
David Welch, our CEO, has won the Charity Times Charity Leader of the Year Award 2021 – a prestigious national award which celebrates excellence amongst charities and not for profit organisations from across the UK and honours the outstanding professionals in charity management.
Keep Us Flying High
£7.50 a month could pay for twenty disposable blood pressure cuffs used to measure a patient's blood pressure.
£50 could fund 300 syringes used to administer life-saving drugs at the scene of an incident.