Request a Speaker - Great Western Air Ambulance Charity

Request a speaker

 

Great Western Air Ambulance Charity representatives are available to give tailored talks to your group, organisation, or business on what it is we do and, crucially, why we do it.

Our Critical Care Team are less a flying ambulance and more a flying hospital Emergency Department; from giving anaesthetic, to accessing a heart, we save time in those crucial moments and save lives that would otherwise be lost as a result. During your talk, you’ll hear about the skills and equipment we carry on board our EC-135 helicopter and critical care cars, which enable our crew to deliver this incredible standard of medical care at the roadside.

You’ll also hear from people who have had need of our service and their incredible stories. People like Logan, who suffered a bleed on the brain in December 2020. As you can see from the photo, Logan is still here – living his life in the way he wants to thanks to our lifesaving charity.

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To book a tailored or off the shelf talk to your group, please complete the contact form below and one of our Supporter Care Team will be in touch to confirm the details.

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    The nature of our work can be challenging. Our crew experience life and death and, as a result, our talks can be difficult for those with lived-experience of the issues we touch on and the stories we tell. We will endeavour to give trigger warnings to your group, but we would be very grateful if you can provide your members with this message in advance of the talk.