Charity News, Operational News, Fundraising News
Lions Clubs generously fund our new rapid response vehicle
15th Jan 2021
Lions District 105SE, which comprises of 61 Lions Clubs across the South East, has collectively fundraised for us to purchase a new rapid response vehicle. The car will be used to provide our world-leading pre-hospital emergency medical care by road when circumstances such as bad weather prevent us from flying.
Research News, Operational News
Research highlights significant benefits of our service
07th Jan 2021
Our research, in partnership with the University of Surrey, has shown the benefits of dispatching HEMS to patients with a sudden, unexplained LOC of medical origin and a high prevalence of acute neurological pathology.
Operational News, Fundraising News, Charity News
An important update from Team KSS
05th Jan 2021
We have made some changes to our services, in response to the national lockdown introduced on 4th January 2020.
Fundraising News, Charity News
Take part in Run 31 and help raise vital funds
04th Jan 2021
This January, we’re inviting members of the public to join our Run 31 challenge, which encourages people to run a total of 31 miles across the 31 days of January to get fit, have fun and to help raise vital funds.
Charity News, Operational News
KSS doctor receives OBE for helping in the UK’s Covid response
17th Dec 2020
Technology pioneered by one of our specialist emergency doctors is playing a critical role in the UK’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Charity News, Fundraising News
Murray Miles is a finalist in the BBC Radio Sussex Make a Difference Heroes Awards
23rd Nov 2020
Five-year-old Murray Miles from Chelwood Gate has been selected as a finalist for the BBC Radio Sussex Make A Difference Heroes Awards. He is one of three finalists for the Young Achiever of the Year category which recognises the achievements of people under the age of 18 who have demonstrated maturity beyond their years.
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.